The Bankruptcy and Insolvency Litigation Committee is one of nearly 40 practice areas open to all members of the American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation. Joining the committee entitles a member to a number of benefits. The committee’s leadership is made up of experienced bankruptcy litigators from the United States and Canada, working to keep bankruptcy litigators fully up-to-date on the substantive and procedural aspects of bankruptcy litigation—both in the bankruptcy courts and in state or federal courts to the extent affected by bankruptcy and insolvency laws—including the use of alternative dispute resolution techniques in bankruptcy, the impact of bankruptcy on pending complex civil litigation, and ethics.
To accomplish this goal, the committee provides its members with these benefits:
- Bankruptcy Litigation, our e-newsletter;
- networking opportunities with leading practitioners;
- discounted CLE programs;
- invitations to substantive meetings and social events;
- opportunities to write for committee publications, speak on committee panels, participate in the activities of our subcommittees; and
- Roundtable discussions on current topics.