The Editorial Staff of the American Bankruptcy Law Journal is pleased to announce the publication of our inaugural digital issue, Volume 97, Issue 1, now available at the new American Bankruptcy Law Journal website.
Developed in collaboration with Temple University Beasley School of Law, the new ABLJ website promises to provide an enriching and comprehensive experience for legal professionals, researchers, and students who are interested in bankruptcy law. Through the new ABLJ website, issues can be accessed effortlessly and without charge via any device, including computers, tablets, and smartphones, in both .pdf and dynamic formats.
Volume 97 presents an array of insightful articles discussing diverse topics such as the historical context of gambling debts and bankruptcy, the impact of “deal-making” in bankruptcy cases, embezzlement, “bankruptcy remote” structuring, and methods to ensure more debtors obtain their discharge.
In the future, we intend to enhance the ABLJ website’s functionality by including author interviews, announcements regarding educational opportunities, and potentially a blog. The possibilities are infinite on this platform. We are thrilled to partner with Temple Law School in this exciting endeavor, and we look forward to providing a valuable resource for the bankruptcy law community.
We encourage you to visit the new ABLJ website, explore its many features, and share it with your colleagues.
Terrence L. Michael
Editor in Chief
American Bankruptcy Law Journal