Curriculum Guide · Courses
Professor Israel Goldowitz
LL.M Course 955 | 2 credit hours
This course deals with the issues presented when a business with assets or debts in more than one country is seeking to restructure its financial obligations. The course will cover new Chapter 15 of the United States Bankruptcy Code and will also examine business bankruptcy developments in other countries.
For JD Students Recommended: Prior or concurrent enrollment in a bankruptcy course
Note: This course is co-taught by Professor Goldowitz from Georgetown Law and Professor Warner from St. John's Law. For each class session, the students and Professor Goldowitz will be in a classroom on campus. Students at Georgetown will be able to see and hear the lecturer and direct questions to him. The course will be scheduled according to the St. John's academic calendar for Spring 2014. The first class session is on Tuesday, January 21, 2014. There will be class at St. John's on Tuesday, March 11, 2014 (Georgetown Spring Break); however, Georgetown students are not expected to attend that day because of Georgetown Spring Break. That class session will be taped and Georgetown students will review the tape individually, or may review it together at a mutually agreed date and time. There will be no class on Tuesday, February 18, 2013. Please contact Colleen Burke, Director, LL.M. Adjunct and Administrative Services, if you have any questions about the course format or content (email@example.com). Note for LL.M. and JD students: Students must attend all classes at Georgetown Law. This course is mandatory pass/fail. Note for JD students only: This course is mandatory pass/fail and will count toward the 7 credit pass/fail limit.