Pamela Foohey is an associate professor at Indiana University Maurer School of Law. Professor Foohey’s research centers on bankruptcy, business, commercial, and consumer law. Her work primarily involves empirical studies of bankruptcy and related parts of the legal system. Her work in business bankruptcy focuses on non-profit entities, with a particular emphasis on how churches and other religious organizations use bankruptcy. She also is a co-investigator on the Consumer Bankruptcy Project, a long-term research project studying persons who file bankruptcy. Her work has been published in Southern California Law Review, Notre Dame Law Review, Boston College Law Review, Wake Forest Law Review, and other leading journals. Professor Foohey is a past chair of Association of American Law Schools Sections on Creditors’ and Debtors’ Rights and Commercial and Consumer Law. She is a co-chair of the Law and Society Association’s Household Finance Collaborative Research Network. Professor Foohey also currently serves on the editorial advisory board of the American Bankruptcy Law Journal, which is a peer-reviewed academic law review published by the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges. In 2020, she was named one of the American Bankruptcy Institute’s “40 under 40” honorees.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Pamela Foohey