Michael Best attorney Ann Ustad Smith has been elected a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy.
The American College of Bankruptcy honors exceptional bankruptcy professionals for their work, contributions to the administration of justice, public service and integrity. The College extends invitations for fellowships to only the most qualified professionals who meet these strict standards.
“We are thrilled to congratulate Ann on her induction into the American College of Bankruptcy,” said Mary Turke, managing partner for Michael Best’s Madison office. “This is an honor reserved for experts in bankruptcy law and practice. Ann’s dedication to excellence, legal skill and leadership in her field make her eminently qualified for this honor. Smith practices in the areas of bankruptcy, commercial litigation, commercial transactions and constitutional litigation. She is regularly involved in workouts, foreclosures, receiverships, bankruptcy proceedings and adversary proceedings. Smith has held a number of management and leadership positions in the firm, including as a member of Michael Best's Management Committee, and currently Chairs the Firm’s Ethics Committee.
Smith will attend a black tie induction ceremony in March at the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.