Kan. Judge Appointed Head Of 10th Circ. Bankruptcy Panel

Law360, New York (September 1, 2015, 7:05 PM EDT) -- U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Janice Miller Karlin, who has served as a bankruptcy judge in Kansas since 2002, has been appointed the new chief judge of the Tenth Circuit's bankruptcy appeals panel, the court announced Monday.

In her new role effective Sept. 4, Judge Karlin, who will continue to serve as a bankruptcy judge in Topeka, Kansas, will oversee the administration of the Tenth Circuit's bankruptcy appellate panel. Judge Karlin has served on the BAP since 2008. 

The chief judge is also responsible for conducting administrative meetings with the nine members of the panel to discuss the BAP's local rules, weighing in...

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