Kerr Elected SC Bankruptcy Law Association Vice President


Charleston Bankruptcy Member Robert Kerr, Jr. was elected the 2014 Vice President of the South Carolina Bankruptcy Law Association.  He will serve in the role for one year, and will assume the role of President in 2015. 

The SCBLA is a not-for-profit South Carolina corporation whose primary purpose is to promote bankruptcy legal education for attorneys practicing before the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of South Carolina, according to their website.  The organization serves as a liaison between the bankruptcy bar and the Bankruptcy Court and the Office of the United States Trustee. 

Kerr’s SCBLA involvement began in 1991.  As vice president, Kerr is responsible for planning and coordinating the organization’s monthly CLE programs, serves on the organization’s board, and presides over meetings in the president’s absence.  In 2013, Kerr was elected to serve as secretary/treasurer of the SCBLA’s Executive Board.



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