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Welcome to Adam Levitin

posted by Bob Lawless

Credit Slips welcomes Adam Levitin as a guest blogger for the coming week. Professor Levitin is an associate professor of law at Georgetown University and a new face in the legal academy. He is already a prolific scholar, as a quick perusal of his SSRN page will show. His interests are widespread in the area of bankruptcy, having written on everything from equitable subordination to the credit card company/merchant relationship to statutory interpretation. Levitin has a number of interesting things to say about bankruptcy and credit topics in the news, and we hope you enjoy his contributions.


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