Integrating Alternative Dispute Resolution into the Bankruptcy Curriculum
Dickinson Law Review, 1998
18 Pages Posted: 5 Nov 2019
Date Written: 1998
Teaching bankruptcy law has become more complicated in recent years. As more practitioners look to alternative dispute resolution ("ADR") as a means to settle financial differences, students must also be made aware that the bankruptcy courtroom is no longer the only place to seek relief from financial problems. This article describes one classroom technique developed over the past four years by the bankruptcy and ADR professors at The Dickinson School of Law of The Pennsylvania State University to introduce students to a unique form of bankruptcy relief: Reorganization in Lieu of Bankruptcy.
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