Nancy Rapoport

Bankruptcy Law Professor at University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV)
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Nancy have been a law professor since 1991--first at The Ohio State University, then at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the University of Houston Law Center, and now at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (William S. Boyd School of Law). She have also served as the dean at two of these schools (Nebraska and Houston, as the Interim Dean at the William S. Boyd School of Law, as the Acting Executive Vice President & Provost of UNLV, as the Acting Senior Vice President for Finance and Business, and as Special Counsel to the President of UNLV. Before entering academia, Nancy worked as an associate attorney at Morrison & Foerster in San Francisco, California, in the Bankruptcy & Workouts Group of the Business Department.

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  • There are issues raised here that a court might want to review, whether or not a party in interest is objecting. If the fees consume most of the estate, that’s a sad outcome, but the Code was designed to find ways to encourage professionals to work on cases, which is why administrative expenses are a high priority.

    12 May 2021
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