Bankruptcy: Adaptable to Cases Utilizing Jordan and Warren's Casebook on Bankruptcy

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Aspen Pub, May 16, 2002 - Law - 124 pages
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Stuart Warren completed his PhD at Cambridge in 1963 after which he spent a year as Research Fellow at Harvard with Professor Westheimer. He has been a Lecturer at Cambridge since 1970. His research interests lie in organophosphorus chemistry and the mechanism of rearrangement reactions.

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