Professor Mabey Recognized by American College of Bankruptcy

Ralph R. Mabey, professor of law at the S.J. Quinney College of Law, is being honored with the Distinguished Service Award by the American College of Bankruptcy for his work “with the complex restructuring of the [bankruptcy system] and bankruptcy cases throughout the United States, including his service as examiner, trustee, arbitrator, mediator, and expert witness,” among other professional accolades.

Mabey served as a United States Bankruptcy Judge for the District of Utah (1979-1983); was appointed as a member of the Advisory Committee on Bankruptcy Rules of Judicial Conference in the United States by Supreme Court Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist (1987-1993); has served as educator at the University of Utah College and Graduate School of Business (1976-1979), the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University (1983-2006), as well as lecturer and now professor at the College of Law (2006-present); and wrote numerous articles on bankruptcy-related topics that have been published in notable academic and professional journals.

Mabey was inducted into the first class of the American College of Bankruptcy (1990), and has since served as Director, President, and Chair.