UK Consumer Bankruptcy Law Conference, June 9-10, 2022

It’s time to register for the 16th Biennial Consumer Bankruptcy Law Conference which will be held on Thursday and Friday, June 9-10, 2022 at the Campbell House conference center in Lexington.

Here is an overview of the topics and speakers:

  • Case Law Update
    • Hon. Charles R. Merrill
    • Thomas L. Canary, Jr.
  • Automatic Stay Issues After Fulton
    • Hon. Suzanne H. Bauknight
    • Beverly M. Burden
  • Student Loans
    • Edward C. Boltz
  • Legal Ethics and Attorney Fees
    • David J. Treacy
    • Todd V. McMurtry
    • Timothy E. Ruppel
  • Conversion and Dismissal Issues
    • Cheryl James
    • Jesse D. Peace
    • Chuck Sydenstricker
  • Issues With Joint Debtors
    • Michael B. Baker
    • Lori A. Schlarman
  • Housing and Bankruptcy Issues
    • Molly Simons
    • J. Christian Dennery
  • Attorney Fees: Getting Paid
    • Hon. Tracey N. Wise
    • Hon. Joan A. Lloyd
  • Bankruptcy Clerk Update
    • Elizabeth H. Parks
    • Nathan Lee
  • Judges’ Roundtable
    • Hon. Tracey N. Wise
    • Hon. Gregory Schaaf
    • Hon. Charles R. Merrill
    • Hon. Joan A. Lloyd
  • 60 Tips in 60 Minutes
    • David J. Treacy
    • Molly Simons
    • Cheryl James
    • Jesse D. Peace
    • Lori A. Schlarman
    • Angela Logan Edwards

The program is approved for 10.5 CLE hours, including 1 hour of ethics credit. The registration fee is $375 if you receive the course materials in PDF format.

You may choose to attend the seminar remotely via Zoom.

Click Here to go to the UK Rosenberg College of Law Continuing Legal Education website for more information. Click here to get the brochure and registration form.

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