Riz Mokal made an International Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy
Riz Mokal has been made an International Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy. This is a rare honour, and Riz will be the seventh ever British Fellow.
Fellowship is conferred by the College’s Board of Regents at the nomination of a special committee. It recognises “exceptional bankruptcy professionals for their work, their contributions to the administration of justice, their public service and their integrity”.
Riz is not the first member of Chambers to be made a Fellow. Michael Crystal QC was conferred with Fellowship in 2006, and Associate Member Paul Heath QC in 2000.