With the tumultuous period after the enactment of BAPCPA as our backdrop, hundreds of academics, practitioners, and judges gathered together for a two-day symposium to explore the positive and negative aspects of bankruptcy reform from a variety of interdisciplinary perspectives. This volume of the Missouri Law Review is devoted almost exclusively to that symposium. Not only does it include the ten participants' written scholarship that emerged from that extraordinary setting, during which we all benefitted tremendously from the input of others who had thought about, written about, and worked with the provisions of BAPCPA, but it also contains a fascinating roundtable discussion entitled The Future of Bankruptcy, during which the panelists, bankruptcy judges, and scholars debate the thorny subject of how to create a better bankruptcy system.
Michelle Arnopol Cecil,
71 Mo. L. Rev.
Available at: https://scholarship.law.missouri.edu/mlr/vol71/iss4/1