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1.2.3 Researching Bankruptcy Law

Another treatise in this series, Consumer Bankruptcy Law and Practice,5 provides a comprehensive discussion of consumer bankruptcy law. A less detailed guide, Bankruptcy Basics,6 is useful for a non-bankruptcy practitioner who needs to file a relatively uncomplicated bankruptcy case for a client. Another valuable resource on bankruptcy law, particularly for attorneys doing a substantial amount of bankruptcy work, is Alan N. Resnick and Henry J. Sommer, Collier on Bankruptcy (16th ed. 2009 looseleaf with updates), a multi-volume treatise published by Lexis/Nexis. Numerous other treatises, texts, and handbooks are also available.7