A number of online resources exist for attorneys who want to learn more about practicing bankruptcy law. Webinars, ebooks, and association resources will help you brush up on bankruptcy cases. If you're an attorney looking to learn bankruptcy law, we have compiled a collection of resources in one place.
Bankruptcy organizations can be the perfect way to expand your knowledge base and network. Become a member of local and national bankruptcy organizations such as the following:
Learn bankruptcy law virtually with online courses. Many organizations offer live and prerecorded classes and training for bankruptcy law, many of which count towards your CLE credits. Organizations offering courses include:
There are a host of U.S. legal organizations that put out bankruptcy books and publications to help you learn bankruptcy law.
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NextChapter is a cloud-based bankruptcy software for lawyers that has all the tools needed to better prepare, manage, and file cases. Self-guided forms are especially helpful to attorneys new to bankruptcy, and NextChapter takes you through each step of the petition preparation process.
Our online bankruptcy software also helps you conduct client intake, text your clients, and file the case CM/ECF with the court.
The Bankruptcy Week Summit is a virtual conference created to help attorneys and their staff seamlessly add bankruptcy law to their practice. Since bankruptcy filings are expected to rise due to the current global economic crisis, NextChapter and Fastcase hosted this 5-day summit to get firms up to speed on the most pressing topics in the industry.
Featured in the Bankruptcy Summit are 17 sessions led by bankruptcy experts and legal technologists. During these presentations, attorneys of any practice area will learn the following:
NextChapter’s Paralegal as a Service provides your practice with virtual paralegal help on demand. When you need an extra hand preparing and managing case files, these experienced legal professionals will handle your bankruptcy cases from start to finish.
Hire a bankruptcy paralegal to take much of the casework off your plate so you can focus on growing your practice and learning the code. These tech-savvy professionals tackle everything from conducting client intake, performing legal research, preparing the bankruptcy petition, and more.