Working with LEP Clients
Sunday, May 22nd, 8:30 AM-9:30 AM
Supervising Senior Staff Attorney
Los Angeles, CA
Maggie has been practicing consumer bankruptcy law for over 15 years and has worked extensively with the Bankruptcy Courts for the Central District of California, Office of the United States Trustee, and private bankruptcy attorneys in developing and implementing ways to make the courts more accessible to pro se litigants. Maggie is an appointed 9th Circuit Lawyer Representative and is an adjunct professor at Loyola Law School. She is an Executive Board Member of the Central District Consumer Bankruptcy Bar Attorney’s Association (“cdcbaa”) and is an active member of the L.A. Country Bar Association Commercial Law & Bankruptcy DAP Committee.
Maggie has written numerous articles on consumer bankruptcy issues and is a frequent speaker at bankruptcy educational panels. She was on the cover of L.A. Lawyer Magazine for her article on expunging a fraudulent bankruptcy from the public record and was featured on KPCC for her work in this area. She has also received several awards recognizing her work and scholarship in the area of consumer bankruptcy law including being the recipient of the President Emeritus Henry J. Sommer Scholarship Award and the Thomas B. Donovan Public Excellence Award Recipient.
Maggie is a graduate of UCLA School of Law and is married to Clifford S. Bordeaux, a consumer bankruptcy attorney and fellow graduate of UCLA School of Law. Maggie and her husband live in La Crescenta with their 9 year old daughter, Maria Isabella Bordeaux (“Bella”).