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Bankruptcy Law

Bankruptcy Law introduction and resources

Scholars at the College of Law

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Professor Robert M Lawless

  • 42 Articles

  • 7 Books

  • 6 Review article

  • 3 Chapters

You can view all of them here: Research output

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Professor Ralph Edwin Brubaker

  • 196 Articles

  •  6 Books

  •  2 Review articles

You can view all of them here: Research output

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Professor Charles Tabb

  • 28 Article

  • 17 Book

  • 4 Chapter

You can view all of them here: Research output

Bankruptcy Database


Law journals

Highlight Law Journals:

The American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review

Published twice a year by West, is among the most respected scholarly publications in the bankruptcy community. Free to ABI members, the ABI Law Review has the largest circulation of any bankruptcy law review. The Law Review is edited by top students at St. John's University School of Law under the direction of Prof. G. Ray Warner, an ABI director, former member of the ABI Executive Committee and the director of the LL.M. program at St. John's. Most issues of the Law Review deal comprehensively with a single theme. Past issues have focused on international insolvency, high-tech and e-commerce bankruptcies, the revised Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, to name just a few.

The American Bankruptcy Law Journal

A peer reviewed journal that publishes learned articles focusing on bankruptcy law and related subjects. It promotes the exchange of ideas about and deeper understanding of bankruptcy issues, particularly among its core audience that includes judges, bankruptcy professionals, academics, legislators and other policymakers.

Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal

Published since 1984 and the only student-run bankruptcy journal in the United States, the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal publishes semi-annually and hosts a symposium in the spring. This widely-read journal provides a forum for research, debate, and information for practitioners, scholars and the public.