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Joan N. Feeney

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Joan N. Feeney
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Current Court Information:
United States bankruptcy court, District of Massachusetts
Title:   Judge
Past position:   Partner, Hanify & King
Personal History
Undergraduate:   Connecticut College
Law School:   Suffolk University

Joan N. Feeney is a Federal Bankruptcy Court judge for the United States bankruptcy court, District of Massachusetts. She has been on the bench for the District of Massachusetts since 1992. She has also been a member of the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel for the First Circuit since 1996.[1]

Education

Judge Feeney Attended Connecticut College for her Bachelor of Arts degree and Suffolk University for her Juris Doctor.[2][1]

Career

Until her appointment to the bench in 1992 Feeney was a partner in the Boston firm of Hanify & King, where she practiced in bankruptcy and insolvency matters.[1]

Awards and associations

Feeney is a member of the following organizations:

  • Fellow at the American College of Bankruptcy
  • Former judicial chair, American Bankruptcy Institute's Northeast Bankruptcy Conference
  • Bankruptcy Advisory Group to the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
  • Board of Governors of the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges *Massachusetts Local Rules Advisory Committee[1]

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