Karen Cordry, Bankruptcy and Special Issues Counsel
This November, the attorney general community lost a friend and colleague with the passing of our long-time and treasured Association employee, Karen Cordry. Renowned in the field of bankruptcy, she was oftentimes referred to as an institution by all of us within and outside of the attorney general community. Her expertise was well-respected and her opinion was often sought by her peers, judges, and attorneys general. As a recognized scholar on sovereign immunity under the bankruptcy code, she was instrumental in proposing language for code sections important to the states.
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