Licensed since 2000
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|American Inns of Court||Member||N/A|
|Tennessee Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Memphis Bar Association, Bankruptcy Section||Board of Directors||N/A|
|Tennessee Bar Association, Bankruptcy Law Section||Chair||N/A|
|American Bankruptcy Institute||Member||N/A|
|Norton Bankruptcy Law Adviser||The Changing Face of Health Care Bankruptcies: Analyzing BAPCPA's Health Care Amendments||2006|
|Journal of Bankruptcy Law & Practice||The Controversies Centering Around a Debtor's Statutory and Procedural Right to Convert an Originally Filed Chapter 7 Case to a Case Under Chapter 11 or 13 and Related Matters||2003|
|Norton Bankruptcy Law Adviser||Nondischargable Liability of Corporate Officers, Directors, and Guarantors Under 11 U.S.C. 523(a) (4): In re Ellison||2002|
|Journal of Bankruptcy Law & Practice||The Mere Filing of the Chapter 7 Trustee's 'No Asset' Report Does Not Constitute an 'Abandonment' of Estate Property under Section 554(a) of the Bankruptcy Code||2002|
|American Indian Law Review||The Historical Development of American Indian Tribes: Their Recent Dramatic Commercial Advancement; and A Discussion of the Eligibility of Indian Tribes Under the Bankruptcy Code and Related Matters||2002|
|University of Memphis Law Review||Reasonable and Necessary Expenses under Section 1325(b) of the Bankruptcy Code, Post confirmation Considerations, and the Effect of Conversion and Dismissal of Chapter 13 Cases||2002|
|University of Memphis Law Review||Professionalism in the Legal Profession: The Bankruptcy Attorney as a True Professional||2002|
|University of Memphis Law Review||Should the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure Be Amended to Expressly Authorize United States District and Bankruptcy Courts to Appoint a Special Master in an Appropriate and Rare Bankruptcy Case or Proceeding?||2001|
|Journal of Bankruptcy Law & Practice||An Historical Analysis of Insolvency Laws and Their Impact on the Role, Power, and Jurisdiction of Today’s United States Bankruptcy Court and Its Judicial Officers||2000|
|University of Memphis Law Review||The Involuntary Bankruptcy Process: A Study of the Relevant Statutory and Procedural Provisions and Related Matters||2000|
|Samford University, Cumberland School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1999|
|University of Tennessee, Knoxville (main)||N/A||BS - Bachelor of Science||1996|
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