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Elizabeth L. Gunn
Bankruptcy Speciality, Div. Child Support Enforcement
Virginia Office of the Attorney General
2001 Maywill Street
Suite 200
Richmond VA USA, 23230
T: 804-367-8270
F: 804-367-8418

Professional Bio:

 Elizabeth L. Gunn is an Assistant Attorney General and serves as the bankruptcy specialist for the Virginia Office of the Attorney General, Division of Child Support Enforcement, where she represents the Division in bankruptcy matters throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia and the country. She also represents the Division in juvenile and domestic-relations courts throughout the state, and advises and prepares proposed policies for Division matters related to bankruptcy. Prior to joining the Attorney General’s office, Ms. Gunn practiced with several law firms, representing creditors, lenders, asset-purchasers, official committees and other parties in interest in cases under all chapters of the Bankruptcy Code, including small and mid-size corporate debtors in all stages of chapter 7 and chapter 11 cases, as well as chapter 7 trustees in all aspects of estate administration. She is an At Large Director of the Bankruptcy Section of the Federal Bar Association and a member of the board of the Richmond, Virginia Chapter. Ms. Gunn serves as co-chair of American Bankruptcy Institute’s Legislation Committee, is in leadership for the International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation, and is chair-elect of the Richmond Bar Association Bankruptcy Session, vice chair of the Virginia Bar Association Bankruptcy Section, and on the board of the State’s Association of Bankruptcy Attorneys. She received her B.A. cum laude from Willamette University and her J.D. cum laude from Boston College Law School.

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