Online Bankruptcy Courses for Lawyers
Adding bankruptcy to your practice is a great way to help clients who need financial relief and sustain your lawfirm. Bankruptcy courses, like the ones in this blog post, can help you learn the ins and outs of bankruptcy.
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Published on Aug 04, 2020


Adding bankruptcy law to your practice can be a great way to sustain your law firm and help new clients in need of financial relief. There are many resources for you to learn bankruptcy law online, including quick and affordable law courses and classes.


Here are a few we wanted to highlight as you’re trying to find the best classes for your needs and experience level.



Ron Drescher's Bankruptcy Course: Complete Bankruptcy

Learn everything you need to get your new bankruptcy practice up in running with this course form Ron Drescher, a Maryland bankruptcy attorney with over 35 years of experience in the field. Complete Bankruptcy digs deep into this bankruptcy and even provides takeaway marketing materials and workflows for you to implement at your practice.




Lawline offers bankruptcy and restructuring CLE courses online. Classes range from individual and business bankruptcy basics to consumer debt to specifics about different bankruptcy code chapters. These courses range from an hour to 100 minutes and are generally under $100.




Another great resource for CLE and bankruptcy classes is Lexvid. The organization offers certificate programs, and courses are accessible online anytime. Experts cover the basics of bankruptcy, client credit issues, the meeting of creditors, and much more.




The American Bar Association (ABA) provides many free resources for members of the ABA. One great resource is its collection of online CLE courses, including those focused on bankruptcy law. These include trending topics and suggestions from bankruptcy professionals.




If you become a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA), you’ll also gain access to loads of resources and bankruptcy law classes and webinars. They have many upcoming online events that are relevant to new and experienced bankruptcy lawyers.


NACBA also provides a bankruptcy law podcast as a helpful resource for attorneys who are seeking more information and guidance.



U.S. Courts

For additional legal guidance and training, the United States Courts offers bankruptcy basics information online, accessible anytime. These pages provide a deep dive into each bankruptcy code chapter and the laws and regulations you need to be aware of. This resource is perfect if you don’t have time to invest in a real-time online course.




Finally, Lorman is another comprehensive bankruptcy law training resource. Courses include regulations for specific states, information for bankruptcy paralegals, bankruptcy basics courses, and many more. Courses are provided by leading bankruptcy experts and are available online anytime after purchase.



These online bankruptcy courses for attorneys offer much-needed guidance for those just starting out in the industry. They also provide refreshers if you’re experienced but want to brush up on bankruptcy basics


NextChapter completed its first Bankruptcy Week Summit in May, where legal and tech experts came together to discuss bankruptcy basics and the state of the industry. Watch all Bankruptcy Week sessions for free online to improve and build your bankruptcy practice.