Bankruptcy Lawyers And Learning The Ropes

08 Jun Bankruptcy Lawyers And Learning The Ropes

Here at Bankruptcy Law Network we do what we can to pass along good information and, ultimately, leave you a little more “in the know” than you were before you got here. We know you’re just as likely to be a bankruptcy lawyer as a consumer in search of solid information, so sometimes we get “lawyered up” about things. I hope you pardon those moments.

This post is one of those aimed squarely at bankruptcy lawyers. Especially those of you who may be fairly new to the practice.

I don’t think we’ve formally welcomed you yet, so I’d like to do that. We’re so glad you’re here, and that you take the time to read our work. So many bankruptcy lawyers routinely point their clients to us for information, or simply print out our articles and hand them to people in the office. That’s very cool.

The work we put into providing information about bankruptcy law is significant, but there’s only so much that can be done in the space provided. It’s been a source of frustration for one of our members, so she’s gone ahead and done something about it.

If you’re a bankruptcy lawyer then you know Cathy Moran. She’s a co-founder of Bankruptcy Law Network, a state chair for the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, and a regular speaker on the national stage. Heck, she even helped out when Russia was putting together a set of bankruptcy laws (no, I’m not kidding).

Anyway, Cathy has decided to take education to the next level with a project she’s calling Bankruptcy Mastery.

Read about it here. And if you’re a bankruptcy lawyer who has been practicing for less than 3 years, you should consider signing up.

One thing you need to know. Bankruptcy Mastery is not part of Bankruptcy Law Network. It’s Cathy’s individual project, and we’re presenting it here because it may be of interest to you.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
The following two tabs change content below.
Jay S. Fleischman is a bankruptcy lawyer with offices in Los Angeles and New York. He can often be found on Google+ and Twitter, where he shares information about consumer protection issues and personal finance.
No Comments

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.