Every so often a publisher sends me one of those books geared to the student audience that I hide in my cabinet because I'm sort of embarrassed at how helpful I find it to be in my teaching. Today I received Ferriell & Janger, Understanding Bankruptcy (Lexis, 3d ed., 2013). I've already enjoyed the first chapter on "General Principles."
How do you all do so much and still keep up with your running?!