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Participation. ABI committees focus on a wide array of
bankruptcy topics—there is a committee for every type of
insolvency professional! Committee members work to present relevant
topics at the annual Winter Leadership Conference and Annual Spring
Meeting, put together electronic newsletters for committee members and
interact daily via committee listserves. For more information on ABI
Share your ideas on the Committee
Each of ABI’s 25 topic committees has a listserve. If you
are not familiar, a listserve list enables any member of the list to ask
questions or share ideas via email with all members of the list.
This is an excellent forum to get quick answers or to establish yourself
as an expert in a given area. See your committee’s webpage
at ABIWorld for details or contact the membership
department at email@example.com.
The ABI Journal. ABI’s flagship
publication is one of the most popular in the bankruptcy world.
Submissions on a variety of bankruptcy topics are accepted every month.
Contact ABI Journal Editor Carolyn Kanon at firstname.lastname@example.org for more
our guidelines page
ABI Law Review. Published biannually,
the Law Review is among the most respected and cited scholarly
publications in bankruptcy. The Review has the largest
circulation of any bankruptcy law review. To submit articles for
publication, contact the ABI Law Review office at St. John's
University School of Law at (718) 990-6751, or e-mail email@example.com. To sign up to
receive your printed copy of the Law Review, please visit
Your Membership Profile page.
Circuit Case Updates. ABI members provide
200-300 word summaries of recent court rulings in each circuit.
Available online at ABI World, the Circuit Updates are also made
available through ABI’s biweekly ABI Update. Those
members interested in writing the Updates, contact Carolyn Kanon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you already
write a bankruptcy blog? The ABI Bankruptcy Blog Exchange
features over 20 blogs written by members. Each time a blogger
posts to his/her blog, it also appears on the Bankruptcy Blog
Exchange. Submit your blog today!
Volunteering is an excellent form of business development and
takes only a small amount of time. Give your career a jumpstart by
getting involved in one of the activities above. Please contact
ABI at email@example.com
for more information.