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Welcome to Jason Kilborn

posted by Bob Lawless

Credit Slips is pleased to welcome Jason Kilborn as a guest blogger. Kilborn is a visiting assistant professor of law at the University of North Dakota and a leading expert on comparative consumer bankruptcy -- a topic on which he has a forthcoming book with Carolina Academic Press. His writings include comparative studies about countries including Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, France, and Germany. Kilborn also has taught at Texas, Lousiana State, and Chapman. He always draws lessons from United States law for other countries and what lessons other countries' bankruptcy laws have for the United States. We have had several blog posts on the globalization of consumer credit, and we look forward to Kilborn's insights on the topic.


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