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Welcome to Alan White

posted by Bob Lawless

We are happy to have Professor Alan White of Valparaiso University School of Law join us as a guest blogger. White joined the Valparaiso faculty in 2007 after substantial practice experience with Community Legal Services in Philadelphia. In practice, White filed numerous chapter 7s and 13s on behalf of consumer debtors and even represented consumer creditors on the creditors' committee in a corporate chapter 11. His policy views are leavened with a good dose of reality about what happens on the ground, and consequently his academic work has had immediate effect. Also, he maintains a web page where he posts regular analysis of foreclosures and modifications from securitized mortgage data. Welcome, Alan.

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