Fordham University School of Law
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New York, NY 10023
Foteini Teloni is a doctoral (S.J.D.) candidate and doctoral fellow at Fordham Law School. Ms. Teloni’s research area lies in business bankruptcy law with a special focus on corporate reorganization and distressed asset sales. Through both empirical and theoretical analysis, her scholarship seeks to provide new insight into the constantly evolving business-bankruptcy landscape. Her most recent article, entitled “Chapter 11 Duration, Preplanned Cases and Refiling Rates: An Empirical Analysis in the post-BAPCPA Era,” will appear in the American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review, while her paper “The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act: An Empirical Examination of the Act’s Business Bankruptcy Effects” was published in the American Bankruptcy Law Journal (88 Am. Bankr. L. J. 237 (2014)).
Ms. Teloni holds LL.M. degrees from Fordham Law School (LL.M. in Banking, Corporate, and Finance Law) and the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (LL.M. in Corporate and Commercial Law), and is a law graduate of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (LL.B.). As a lawyer, Ms. Teloni is qualified to practice in Greece (Athens Bar Association), and is admitted to the New York State Bar. She has worked for Greek law firms focusing on business law.