Professor David Skeel to Serve as ABI Resident Scholar Through Early Fall 2006
PROFESSOR DAVID SKEEL TO SERVE AS ABI RESIDENT SCHOLAR THROUGH EARLY FALL 2006
June 21, 2006, Alexandria, Va. — Prof.
Prof. Skeel’s work
focuses on corporate bankruptcy, the history of bankruptcy in the
Prof. Skeel joined the University of
Pennsylvania Law School in 1999 with a focus on teaching corporate law,
bankruptcy, corporate governance and contract law. He also was a
visiting professor at
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