Maine Law Professor Lois Lupica Selected as a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy

Professor Lois Lupica was recently selected as a fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy. The Induction Ceremony will be held at the United States Supreme Court Great Hall in March 2012.

Lupica currently serves as Maine Law Foundation Professor at the University of Maine School of Law. She writes and speaks extensively on bankruptcy and insolvency matters, and teaches bankruptcy law, secured transactions, legal ethics, and mediation and negotiation. Professor Lupica recently directed and authored a comprehensive national study on the costs of bankruptcy reform, funded by the American Bankruptcy Institute and the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges.

The American College of Bankruptcy is an honorary association of bankruptcy and insolvency professionals. Professor Lupica joins approximately 650 professionals selected by a Board of Regents from among recommendations received from the Circuit Admissions Council in each federal judicial circuit. The Board of Regents selects those who have (1) the highest professional qualifications and ethical standards; (2) the highest level of character, integrity, professional expertise, and leadership; (3) a commitment to fostering and furthering the objectives of the College; and (4) sustained evidence of scholarship, teaching, lecturing, and distinguished published writings on bankruptcy practice or insolvency practice, procedure, philosophy, improvements, and reforms.