ABI Executive Director Sam Gerdano talks with Prof. Michael D. Sousa of the University of Denver's Sturm College of Law about his recent analytical look at the stigma of bankruptcy. Sousa published the lead article in the Summer 2018 edition of the ABI Law Review, “The Persistence of Bankruptcy Stigma,” which presented his findings that the stigma surrounding personal bankruptcy has actually increased, not decreased, over time.
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