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Chapter 7: The Initial Consult

Presented by Daniel Gershburg

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Course Description

Length: 1h 7min    Published: 8/31/2018    
Like most types of law, practicing bankruptcy law involves much more than an understanding of legal standards and current case law. This program takes a different approach than the typical bankruptcy law course, focusing less on substantive law and more on the implementation of consumer bankruptcy law and how to deal with the real-world situations that your clients will bring you. It is a must-see for new and prospective bankruptcy attorneys.
Learning Objectives
* Explore the implementation of consumer bankruptcy law
* Learn how to deal with real-world issues that can arise in initial bankruptcy consults
* Gain valuable tips on evaluating potential bankruptcy clients
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Presented By:

Daniel Gershburg

New York, New York



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