Finance and restructuring associate Jaclyn Marasco has been selected for the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges’ (NCBJ) annual Next Generation (NextGen) Program, which recognizes bankruptcy law attorneys with 5–10 years of experience who have demonstrated a commitment to the highest standards of civility, ethics and professionalism.
The program selects only 40 up-and-coming bankruptcy practitioners nationwide to host exclusive NextGen events, including a judicial roundtable featuring bankruptcy judges from across the nation, networking opportunities and social events with peers and NextGen alumni.
According to the NCBJ, all selected participants “have also demonstrated a commitment to the educational development of bankruptcy professionals and to professional activities that benefit the public, the bankruptcy bar and the court system.” The 2022 NextGen Program will take place during the 96th NCBJ Annual Conference, which will be held October 19–22, 2022.
Marasco is an experienced attorney with high-profile bankruptcy cases and complex commercial litigation with a nexus to the State of Delaware. Her extensive and varied experience benefits client debtors, creditors, court-appointed fiduciaries and other parties in Chapter 11 and other high-stakes commercial disputes, both in and out of the courtroom. Marasco earned her bachelor’s degree from State University of New York College at Geneseo and her Juris Doctor from Pace University School of Law.