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A practical guide through the unique and difficult issues involved when a pst or current service member divorces.
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Corinne Cooper received her BA and JD degrees from the University of Arizona. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, and the Order of the Coif. After graduation, she entered practice, specializing in banking law. In 1982, she joined the faculty of UMKC School of Law, and taught contracts and commercial law for almost 20 years. She has been a visiting professor at the universities of Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Kansas, and Colorado. She was elected to membership in the ALI in 1994. She was named a Professor Emerita of Law in 2000. Beginning in 1996, she began to focus on professional communication. Professor Cooper is the principal of Professional Presence®, a professional communication consulting company. Her most recent communication book is How to Build a Law Firm Brand (ABA 2005), an e-book, also incorporated into How to Capture and Keep Clients, a book from the ABA on marketing. Her most recent scholarly work is Attorney Liability in Bankruptcy (ABA 2006), which focuses on attorney liability under the new Bankruptcy Reform Act. A widely-recognized work, "Letter to a Young Law Student," is an anthropological study of the first year of law school. Most of her academic scholarship has been devoted to the Uniform Commercial Code, including The New Article 9 (ABA 1999; 2d ed. 2000) and The Portable UCC (ABA 2005), now in its 4th edition.
Catherine E. Vance is Vice President of Research and Policy at Development Specialists, Inc., resident in the firm's Columbus, Ohio, office. Ms. Vance has written extensively on bankruptcy and insolvency matters and, prior to joining DSI, served as the Commercial Law League of America's legal writer and analyst, acquiring a thorough understanding of bankruptcy legislation as eventually enacted in 2005. Ms. Vance received her Bachelor's Degree, magna cum laude, from the Ohio State University and is a graduate of the Ohio State University College of Law.Review:
"Comprehensive, lively, and readable, this is the book practitioners will reach for day in and day out." -- Professor Elizabeth Warren, Harvard Law School
"Your clients have a fool for a lawyer if you practice consumer bankruptcy without a copy of this book at your fingertips. Attorney Liability in Bankruptcy is the must-read guidebook for any attorney trying to navigate the hazardous straits of consumer bankruptcy practice under the 2005 amendments. Spearheaded by the two leading experts in this area, Corinne Cooper and Catherine Vance, this well-organized and easy-to-read volume brings together a star-studded cast to explore all aspects of the new bankruptcy attorney rules." -- G. Ray Warner, Professor of Law & Director, LL.M. in Bankruptcy, St. John's University School of Law
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Book Description American Bar Association, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111590315820
Book Description American Bar Association, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1590315820