Dr John Tribe

Dr John  Tribe Senior Lecturer in Law
University of Liverpool

Dr John Tribe LL.B LL.M Ph.D is the Senior Lecturer in Law at the School of Law & Social Justice, University of Liverpool and an Academic Associate at Exchange Chambers. Following completion of postgraduate work at University College London, where he was awarded the Joseph Hume Scholarship in Law, John was appointed to his first academic post at Kingston Law School in August 2003 as a Lecturer in Law. He was the curator of a display on the history of bankruptcy at the Royal Courts of Justice (2010-2011) and is an editorial board member of Corporate Rescue and Insolvency, an Advisory Board Member of Mithani: Directors Disqualification, a consultant editor of Bankruptcy and Personal Insolvency Reports and a co-author of Personal Insolvency Law in Practice

John has published widely on personal insolvency, corporate insolvency and bankruptcy history. In 2006 he gave evidence to the Scottish Parliament on bankruptcy reform and his work has been supportively cited by a number of his senior colleagues. An experienced media commentator, he has appeared on BBC television and given a number of quotes to the national press on personal insolvency matters. John has undertaken commissioned research for the Insolvency Service (2005 and 2007), Grant Thornton (2007), KPMG (2009), Baker Tilly (2011) and the London Gazette (2012 - ongoing).

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