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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Professor Nancy Rapoport Featured in Several Media Outlets

Nancy B. Rapoport is the Gordon Silver Professor of Law at the William S. Boyd School of Law.

On Sept. 13, she was quoted in the CNN Money article Five years later, Lehman bankruptcy fees hit $2.2 billion.

"It was a really complicated case. It wasn't just that it was really big, but it was really big and had some novel issues," she said of the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy case filed in September 2008.

On Sept. 7, she was featured in the article Staying happy in law school on the Legal Writing Prof Blog.

On Sept. 2, she was quoted in the National Jurist article 10 ways to stay happy while in law school.

In August, her article, Rethinking U.S. Legal Education: No More Same Old Same Old, was featured on the Institute for Law Teaching and Learning's website as the Article of the Month.

Professor Rapoport's specialties are bankruptcy ethics, ethics in governance, and the depiction of lawyers in popular culture.