Special Report: Bankruptcy Law

Five Truths Bankruptcy Lawyers Didn't Learn in School

, Texas Lawyer


Eric Taube writes that studying bankruptcy law in school and learning how to practice in bankruptcy courts are two distinct endeavors. he discusses a few points that he has figured out that he didn't know when he finished law school.

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  • Tom Henderson

    Eric, these are very astute observations that should be taken to heart by all entering the practice.

    I will take issue - to a degree - about point 5. As I have often commented to folks who indulge in the "boom v. bust" view, while the level of activity can slow, there is always plenty of work, as the bad/unskilled/foolish(?) business people always outnumber the good.

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