March 04, 2004
Tulane University Law School Dean Lawrence Ponoroff will be inducted as a Fellow into the prestigious American College of Bankruptcy. The honor recognizes Dean Ponoroff's many years of practice in the area of bankruptcy law and his many contributions to the law of bankruptcy and insolvency since entering legal academia. The American College of Bankruptcy's Class of 2004, the fifteenth class admitted to the College, will be inducted in the Great Hall of the United States Supreme Court in Washington D.C. on March 19, 2004. Admission to the College is by invitation only.
The American College of Bankruptcy was formed to honor and recognize bankruptcy professionals who have distinguished themselves in the practice of their profession and through their efforts to enhance the insolvency and bankruptcy process. The College utilizes the talents and resources of the Fellows for projects that promote the highest quality of bankruptcy practice, including pro bono bankruptcy projects, education programs at law schools and the establishment of the National Bankruptcy Archives.