November 21, 2008
ABI Zinman Scholar AnnouncementFrom Prof. Bob Lawless. Sam Gerdano, executive director of the American Bankruptcy Institute, asked me to pass along the following announcement for any interested academics on the list: The American Bankruptcy Institute is looking for an academic to serve as the Robert M. Zinman Resident Scholar for the Fall 2009 semester. The position is funded by the ABI Endowment and includes corporate housing and travel in addition to a salary. The ABI Scholar performs a variety of tasks, including advising Congressional staff and testifying before Congressional committees, speaking at CLE programs, writing and editing and handling media calls. The Scholar is expected to be in the ABI offices (in Alexandria, Va) 3-4 days per week but has the flexibility to continue to teach a class. Jack Williams is the current ABI Scholar. Past Scholars have included Marianne Culhane, David Epstein, Margaret Howard, Nathalie Martin, Jeff Morris, Mark Scarberry, David Skeel and Ray Warner. Anyone interested should contact ABI Executive Director Sam Gerdano at SGerdano@abiworld.org.
Professor of Law and Galowich-Huizenga Faculty Scholar
University of Illinois College of Law
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