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The Annual CLLA Luncheon &
Frank Koger
Memorial Educational Program

Thursday, October 7, 2021

CLLA will be participating in-person as an exhibitor and conducting the traditional luncheon, presentation of the Lawrence P. King Award and the Frank Koger Memorial Education Program at the NCBJ Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana. To Register, visit https://ncbjmeeting.org/2021/.

More than 1,000 judges and credit industry practitioners attend the annual National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges, which allows industry members to interact with bankruptcy judges, attorneys and other industry professionals from across the U.S. 

The Annual CLLA Luncheon &
Frank Koger
Memorial Educational Program

Thursday, October 7, 2021

CLLA will be participating in-person as an exhibitor and conducting the traditional luncheon, presentation of the Lawrence P. King Award and the Frank Koger Memorial Education Program at the NCBJ Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana. To Register, visit https://ncbjmeeting.org/2021/.

More than 1,000 judges and credit industry practitioners attend the annual National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges, which allows industry members to interact with bankruptcy judges, attorneys and other industry professionals from across the U.S.

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LUNCHEON HIGHLIGHTS

Lawrence P. King Award Winner
Honorable Laura Taylor Swain

The CLLA is pleased to present the Lawrence P. King Award to the Honorable Laura Taylor Swain. Judge Swain served on the New York State Board of Law Examiners from 1986 to 1996, making her the first woman, and the first person of color, to serve in that capacity. She chaired the Advisory Committee of the Judicial Conference of the United States on the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure between 2007 and 2010. She received an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts, in 2008.

Frank Koger Memorial Educational Program

Distinguished Speaker
Larry J. Cohen, Esq.
Cohen’s Counsel, Bethel, VT

Ethics Goes to the Movies
This program will use clips from movies to identify ethical issues that arise during bankruptcy proceedings. Attendees will be encouraged, including using prizes, to participate in a discussion about circumstances under which these ethical issues arise, their potential impact on bankruptcy proceedings and how to deal with them constructively and productively.

1 CLE Ethics Credit (where applicable, provided through NCBJ)

LUNCHEON HIGHLIGHTS

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Lawrence P. King Award Winner
Honorable Laura Taylor Swain

The CLLA is pleased to present the Lawrence P. King Award to the Honorable Laura Taylor Swain. Judge Swain served on the New York State Board of Law Examiners from 1986 to 1996, making her the first woman, and the first person of color, to serve in that capacity. She chaired the Advisory Committee of the Judicial Conference of the United States on the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure between 2007 and 2010. She received an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts, in 2008.

Lawrence P. King
Award Winner
Honorable Laura Taylor Swain

The CLLA is pleased to present the Lawrence P. King Award to the Honorable Laura Taylor Swain. Judge Swain served on the New York State Board of Law Examiners from 1986 to 1996, making her the first woman, and the first person of color, to serve in that capacity. She chaired the Advisory Committee of the Judicial Conference of the United States on the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure between 2007 and 2010. She received an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts, in 2008.

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Frank Koger Memorial Educational Program

Distinguished Speaker
Larry J. Cohen, Esq.
Cohen’s Counsel, Bethel, VT

Ethics Goes to the Movies
This program will use clips from movies to identify ethical issues that arise during bankruptcy proceedings. Attendees will be encouraged, including using prizes, to participate in a discussion about circumstances under which these ethical issues arise, their potential impact on bankruptcy proceedings and how to deal with them constructively and productively.

1 CLE Ethics Credit (where applicable, provided through NCBJ)

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The Lawrence P. King Award

ABOUT THE AWARD
Each year, the Executive Council of the Commercial Law League’s Bankruptcy Section presents the Lawrence P. King Award to recognize a lawyer, judge, teacher or legislator who exemplifies the best in scholarship, advocacy, judicial administration or legislative activities in the field of bankruptcy. The award is designed to recognize the lifetime achievements of Professor King, which include contributing to the practice of bankruptcy law through teaching, by working to elevate the profession and through bankruptcy-related legislative activities.

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The Lawrence P. King Award

ABOUT THE AWARD
Each year, the Executive Council of the Commercial Law League’s Bankruptcy Section presents the Lawrence P. King Award to recognize a lawyer, judge, teacher or legislator who exemplifies the best in scholarship, advocacy, judicial administration or legislative activities in the field of bankruptcy. The award is designed to recognize the lifetime achievements of Professor King, which include contributing to the practice of bankruptcy law through teaching, by working to elevate the profession and through bankruptcy-related legislative activities.

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Gary M. Weiner, Attorney at Law

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Gary M. Weiner, Attorney at Law