Morales Selected for American Bankruptcy Institute Diversity and Inclusion Mentoring Program
Bankruptcy associate Katelin Morales has been selected for the 2023-24 class of mentees for the ABI Diversity & Inclusion Mentoring Program. The program seeks to build personal and professional relationships while promoting diversity and leadership within ABI.
The program features bi-monthly meetings or programming to address a variety of topics, with resources from ABI and members of the restructuring community, including judges, trustees, attorneys and financial professionals. These structured events provide an opportunity to interact with other experienced insolvency professionals while providing an educational program and fostering opportunities to discuss important topics in the mentees’ professional development.
Morales focuses her practice on complex commercial restructurings in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. She has represented various types of clients through the chapter 11 process, such as debtors, lenders, official committees of unsecured creditors, secured creditors, and indenture trustees. She also has experience litigating complex commercial disputes that arise in chapter 11 proceedings. She represents debtors and other parties in interest in a wide range of bankruptcy litigation, including contested plan confirmations, fraud, and avoidance actions.
For more information about the ABI Mentoring Program, click here.