2007 U. Ill. L. Rev. [i] (2007)

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Volume 2007

Number 1

SYMPOSIUM: CONSUMER BANKRUPTCY AND CREDIT IN THE
WAKE OF THE 2005 ACT
Consumer Credit and Bankruptcy:
Assessing a New Paradigm .......................... Ralph Brubaker     1
The Top Twenty Issues in the History of
Consumer Bankruptcy .............................. Charles J. Tabb     9
Major Consumer Bankruptcy Effects
of BAPCPA ...................................... Eugene R. Wedoff     31
The Sub Rosa Subchapter: Individual Debtors in
Chapter 11 After BAPCPA ....................... Bruce A. Markell     67
The Challenge to the Bench and Bar Presented by the 2005
Bankruptcy Act: Resistance Need Not Be Futile ....... Jean Braucher   93
A History of the Automobile Lender
Provisions of BAPCPA .......................... William C. Whitford  143
What Can the United States Learn from the
Canadian Means Testing System? ....................... Jacob Ziegel 195
Comparative Consumer Bankruptcy .................... lain Ramsay    241
Abuse or Protection? Economics of Bankruptcy
Reform Under BAPCPA ........................... Michelle J. White   275
Technology, Information, and Bankruptcy ......... Douglas G. Baird   305
Bankruptcy Reform and Homeownership Risk .... Melissa B. Jacoby      323
The Paradox of Consumer Credit ................ Robert M. Lawless    347

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