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Welcome Back to Jason Kilborn

posted by Bob Lawless
This week, Professor Jason Kilborn of the John Marshall Law School will be joining us as a guest blogger. Jason has guest blogged in the past and should be well known to Credit Slips readers for his insightful comparative work on insolvency law. Since he joined us last, Professor Kilborn has published a book, International Cooperation in Bankruptcy and Insolvency Matters. An expert in many languages, I understand his latest efforts have been to understand Arabic with the intention of learning more about Islamic finance. Professor Kilborn always has interesting things to say about credit and insolvency matters around the world, and it is a pleasure to have him join us for a while.

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