Bradley is pleased to announce that Christopher L. Hawkins, a partner in the firm’s Birmingham office, has been selected for inclusion in the American College of Bankruptcy.
Mr. Hawkins is one of 37 new Fellows who will be inducted at the American College of Bankruptcy’s annual meeting in April 2022 in Denver, Colorado. The 33rd Class of Fellows will be honored for their professional excellence and exceptional contributions to the bankruptcy and insolvency practice.
“We are so pleased for Chris for this well-deserved honor which recognizes his significant accomplishments in the bankruptcy industry and highlights his dedication to professionalism and integrity while serving this firm and his clients,” said Bradley Chairman of the Board and Managing Partner Jonathan M. Skeeters.
Mr. Hawkins represents clients in a variety of bankruptcy and insolvency related matters across the country. He focuses a large part of his practice advising large financial institutions on bankruptcy compliance and bankruptcy-related regulatory matters. He also regularly represents debtors and creditors in out-of-court business restructurings and Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases and represents creditors and financial institutions in bankruptcy-related litigation. Mr. Hawkins currently serves as the co-chair of the Consumer Bankruptcy Committee of the American Bankruptcy Institute and was recognized as the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Committee Member of the Year in 2019-2020. Since 2015, Mr. Hawkins has been recognized in Chambers USA and in The Best Lawyers in America®. He has also been listed in Mid-South Super Lawyers since 2016.
The American College of Bankruptcy is an honorary public service organization of insolvency professionals who are invited to join the organization as Fellows based on their demonstration of the highest standards of expertise, leadership, integrity, professionalism, scholarship, and service to the bankruptcy and insolvency practice, as well as their communities. Nominees are extended an invitation to join based on a sustained record of achievement by the College’s Board of Regents from recommendations of Circuit Admissions Councils.