Mike Dyer holds an undergraduate degree from Long Island University and a law degree from Creighton University School of Law. He has also studied at Tulane University and Suffolk County Community College. He is licensed to practice law in Nebraska, New York and Connecticut.
The Daily Record: Dyer?s Former Career as a New York Cop Gives Him Unique Perspective as Lawyer
A native of Long Island, New York, Mike is a former New York City police officer who retired after four years of commitment due to a work-related injury. He relocated to Omaha in 1987 to study law and establish a practice dedicated to helping victims of automobile accidents and work-related accidents. Mike is a tireless advocate for the victims of drunk driving.
The Omaha World Herald: Retired NYPD officer answers call for Hurricane Sandy help
The New York Post: Marines begin Hurricane Sandy relief work in Queens and Staten Island
The Douglas County Post-Gazette: Retired NYC officer returns to help after Sandy
Mike and Elizabeth are married and raising three children. Mike?s family includes several law enforcement officers and firefighters.
- Born: Brooklyn, NY, May 22, 1961
- Raised: Commack, Long Island, New York
- Suffolk County Community College, Long Island, New York - Associates 1981
- New York City Police Academy - 1982
- Long Island University, Long Island, New York - BA 1987 (cum laude)
- Tulane University - International Legal Studies 1989
- Creighton University School of Law, Omaha, NE - JD 1990
- Nebraska Bar 1991
- US District Court 1991
- Member of Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys, Omaha Bar Association, Nebraska Bar Association, New York Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association, Association of Trial Lawyers of America and American Bar Association.
- Member of Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys Circle of Advocates.
- Member of Cosmopolitan Club and Emerald Society.
- Member of the American Trial Lawyers Association
- Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys - Director at Large
- Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) ? Chair Nebraska State Operations Council
- Nebraska Fraternal Order of Police
Please feel free to contact Mike today.
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