Please join us for the

Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal Distinguished Award for Lifetime Achievement Banquet
honoring Professor David Epstein


Wednesday, April 2, 2014 at 5:30 p.m.

The banquet venue has been moved to
Maggiano's Buckhead
3368 Peachtree Road
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Map and directions

Each year the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal honors a member of the bankruptcy field with the Distinguished Service Award for Lifetime Achievement. This year's recipient will be Professor David Epstein. Currently at the University of Richmond School of Law, Professor Epstein is a renowned scholar in bankruptcy law, among other areas, and has held numerous positions, including Dean of Emory Law and partner at King & Spalding in Atlanta. Professor Epstein will be introduced by Professor Steve Nickles of Wake Forest University School of Law.

Registration and cocktail service will begin at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner and the Awards presentation.

Please contact Editor-in-Chief Alex Clamon for sponsorship details. Individual tickets are $125. Click here to register.

About David Epstein

David Epstein teaches bankruptcy and other courses  at the University of Richmond Law School where he has been awarded the George E. Allen Chair, an endowed faculty position honoring a distinguished Richmond trial lawyer. Before joining the Richmond faculty, David had an uncommonly large number of other jobs including  teaching at the University of North Carolina, practicing with King & Spalding and serving briefly as dean of the Emory Law School. David has co-authored student and practitioner texts and law review articles on bankruptcy, contracts, corporate law, and the UCC. Most lawyers listened to David's lectures on contracts as part of their preparation for the bar exam. He is an elected conferee of the National Bankruptcy Conference and an elected fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy.