NCBJ Blog Quiz #2: How Well Do You Know Your Bankruptcy History and Bankruptcy Community?

NCBJ Blog Quiz: How Well Do You Know Your Bankruptcy History and Bankruptcy Community?

by Professor Karen M. Gebbia

Golden Gate University School of Law

In a series of short quizzes, Professor Gebbia invites readers to test their knowledge of bankruptcy history and the role the bankruptcy community has played in shaping bankruptcy law. To learn more, attend the American Bankruptcy Law Journal / American Bar Association Symposium at the NCBJ Meeting: The NCBJ at Ninety: Evolution and Revolution, on October 27, 2016, in San Francisco.

Quiz #2:
One of these things is not like the others; no, one of these things just does not belong!
Can you identify which one does not belong, from a bankruptcy perspective, and why?

1.
Shea, McAdoo, Donovan, Thacher, King

2.
Lowell, Torrey, Brookings

3.
1800, 1823, 1841, 1867, 1898

4.
1938, 1973, 1997

5.
Panic of 1796-1799, Panic of 1837, Long Depression of 1873 – 1896, Great Depression of 1929-1933, Great Recession of 2007-2009 

For the answers to Blog Quiz #2, click here.

To take Blog Quiz #1, click here.

To take Blog Quiz #2, click here.

Check back from time to time for more quizzes.