Attorney Michael R. Johnson was recently named by the Board of Regents as a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy.
The American College of Bankruptcy was organized in 1989. Admission to this national organization is based on recognition of exceptional bankruptcy professionals for their work, their contributions to the administration of justice, their public service, and their integrity. The American College of Bankruptcy employs the talents, resources, and goodwill of its Fellows to promote professional excellence, collegiality, scholarship, and access to justice.
The rigorous selection process for Fellows of the College originates with the consideration of proposed candidates by a Circuit Admissions Council for each federal judicial circuit. Each Admissions Council recommends the nomination of Fellows to the Board of Regents to approve final selections. Mr. Johnson was one of two practitioners to be selected this year as a College Fellow from the Tenth Circuit.
The election validates Mr. Johnson’s years of hard work and dedication to the practice of law. RQN congratulates him on this prestigious election.
The official induction of the Thirty-Second (32nd) Class of Fellows will take place in Washington, D.C., on March 19, 2021.