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Welcome to Lois Lupica and Nancy Rapoport

posted by Bob Lawless

Credit Slips is very pleased that Professor Lois Lupica and Dean Nancy Rapoport will be joining us for a few days. Both of these names are probably already well known to many of our readers. Lois is the Maine Law Foundation Professor of Law at the University of Maine and a past guest blogger on Credit Slips. In addition to being interim dean at UNLV -- and, as I am sure she would want me to emphasize, the soon-to-be ex-interim dean at UNLV -- Nancy is a limited professor of law, holding the Gordon & Silver, Ltd., professorship at UNLV. (Only I can make this joke because I used to have the same professorship.) Nancy also has her own blog where she writes about lots of different interesting things, raising a fair question about why it has taken us so long to have her as a guest blogger.

Lois and Nancy were co-reporters for the American Bankruptcy Institute's National Bankruptcy Ethics Task Force, which just issued its final report. We're very excited to have them join us for a few days and talk about this important project as well as other issues on which they have been working.


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