25 Oct Your Local Bankruptcy Bar Associations
Most areas of the country have local bankruptcy bar associations. Some include both debtor and creditor attorneys, and some, in the larger cities, have separate associations for each. Generally, these associations conduct educational programs for their members.
In the Northern District of New York, there are two such associations. In the Albany District, there is the Capital Region Bankruptcy Bar Association (CRBBA), and in the Syracuse and Utica Districts there is the Central New York Bankruptcy Bar Association (CNYBBA). Both Associations conduct educational programs throughout the year. Once a year, the Associations combine to put on a two-day educational program for bankruptcy practitioners. The program is held during the height of the beautiful fall foliage season at the historic Otesaga Hotel in Cooperstown, NY.
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