(Almost) Everything We Learned about Pleasing Bankruptcy Judges, We Learned in KindergartenABI Journal (2008)
In this essay, we demonstrate that most ethics violations (at least the ones that irritate bankruptcy judges) are also violations of simple rules of behavior that people should have learned in kindergarten.
- Bankruptcy ethics,
- professional responsibility
Publication DateSummer July, 2008
Citation InformationNancy B. Rapoport. "(Almost) Everything We Learned about Pleasing Bankruptcy Judges, We Learned in Kindergarten" ABI Journal Vol. XXVII Iss. 6 (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/nancy_rapoport/37/