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PAUL DOUGLAS STEWART, JRPAUL DOUGLAS STEWART, JR
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Education:
Louisiana College, B.A., 1993
Mississippi College, J.D. 1996

Mr. Stewart is licensed to practice before all Louisiana State and Federal Courts, including the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Stewart is board certified by the Louisiana and American Boards of Certification as a Business Bankruptcy Specialist and is recognized as a National Institute of Trial Advocacy Advocate.

Associations and Memberships:
Louisiana State Bar Association
American Bankruptcy Institute
National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees

Prior Positions:
Mr. Stewart clerked for the Honorable Louis M. Phillips, United States Bankruptcy Judge, Middle District of Louisiana from 1998 - 2000. Prior to practicing with Stewart Robbins & Brown, Mr. Stewart practiced with the firm of Taylor, Porter, Brooks, & Phillips, LLP and was a partner in the firm of Milling Benson, LLP.

Articles and Presentations:
Mr. Stewart is the co-author or author of numerous articles including Recent Developments in Bankruptcy - 1998, Bankruptcy Law Seminar, Louisiana State University, November 5-6, 1998; Chapter 7 Issues: Reaffirmation Agreements & Recent Developments in Discharge Litigation, Bankruptcy Law Seminar, Louisiana State University, November 5-6, 1998; Recent Developments in Dischargeability Litigation, Bankruptcy Law Seminar, Louisiana State University, November 5-6, 1998; Chapter 11 Issues: Post-petition Earnings of Individual Debtor; Injunctions-post-petition Transfers-recoupment, Bankruptcy Law Seminar, Louisiana State University, November 5-6, 1998; Litigation: Discovery and Other Investigative Techniques in Bankruptcy Cases, Twenty-fifth Annual Southeastern Bankruptcy Law Institute, Atlanta, Georgia, March 25-7, 1999; Professionalism: Litigation: Resolving Disputes Professionally, Twenty-fifth Annual Southeastern Bankruptcy Law Institute, Atlanta, Georgia, March 25-27, 1999; Recent Developments in Bankruptcy - 1999, Bankruptcy Law Seminar, Louisiana State University, October 21-22, 1999; Trustee Liability - Derived Immunity and the Standard of Care, National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees Seminar, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 3-4, 2000; Ethics for Consumer Bankruptcy Practitioners, NACBA Seminar, April 29, 2000, and William L. Norton, Jr., Norton Bankruptcy Law and Practice 2d, Chapters 113-17, 123 (2d. Ed. 1999); Bankruptcy in Louisiana - 2001, Lorman Seminar, New Orleans, Louisiana, July, 2001 and Judgment Collection in Louisiana: Pre-judgment Remedies, Reaffirmation, Lien Avoidance, and Differences Between Chapters 13, 7, and 11, Lorman Seminar, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, January 2003; 11 Issues for Chapter 11, National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees, Fall Meeting, September 30-October 2, 2010; Chapter 7 Issues, Louisiana State University Bankruptcy Seminar, October 7-8, 2010.

 
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