Corey L. Stull
Corey’s primary areas of work are personal injury litigation, railroad litigation, employment law and general civil litigation. He has been in private practice in Lincoln since 1997. Corey has been a presenter at various personal injury, employment, insurance, and railroad law seminars, both locally and nationally. Corey has also written materials for the Railroad Litigator’s Notebook related to the Federal Employer’s Liability Act (FELA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Corey joined the firm in April 2003 and he continues to represent accident and injury victims, and injured railroad employees under the FELA and in employment and other civil litigation matters.
Corey was born in Grand Island, Nebraska, and attended Hastings College in Hastings, Nebraska where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree with highest distinction in Forensic Psychology in 1994. Corey received his law degree in 1997 with distinction from the University of Nebraska College of Law.
Corey is a member of the American Civil Liberties Union Nebraska, serving on the organization’s lawyers panel, as well as a member of the Lincoln Bar Association, Nebraska State Bar Association, Iowa State Bar Association, Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys and the American Bar Association. Corey, his wife Jeanette, and daughters Lauren and Harper enjoy the outdoors on their acreage outside of Lincoln.
Supreme Court of the State of Nebraska, 1997
United States District Court of Nebraska, 1997
United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit, 2003
Supreme Court of the State of Iowa, 2005
United States District Court of Iowa, 2006
United States Court of Federal Claims, 2013
Hastings College, B.A. with highest distinction, 1994
University of Nebraska College of Law, J.D. with distinction, 1997
Lincoln Bar Association
Nebraska State Bar Association
Iowa State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys
Order of Barristers
PRIOR RELEVANT EMPLOYMENT:
Adjunct Professor, Nebraska Wesleyan University