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New Balick Chair at Widener Law School

posted by Bob Lawless

Many Credit Slips readers will remember Judge Helen S. Balick who presided over the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. The Widener School of Law has established a chair in her honor and invites persons to apply to serve as the first Helen S. Balick Chair in Business Bankruptcy Law. More details about the position are available here.

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Speaking of remembering, did anyone here notice that Samuel Steiner, long-time bankruptcy judge in Seattle, passed away 19 July? For those of us with a sweet tooth, he will always be remembered as "The Man Who Saved Frangos".

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