MBM Law Partner, Jane Downey, named to Board of Directors for Credit Abuse Resistance Education (CARE)

December 16, 2021

Jane H. Downey, Partner at Moore Bradley Myers (MBM), has been named to the Board of Directors for Credit Abuse Resistance Education (CARE).

The announcement on the appointment for Downey, a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI), was made official in a recent edition of the ABI Journal. She practices primarily in bankruptcy and debtor/creditor law. She is also certified as a mediator and arbitrator by the South Carolina Supreme Court.

With the highest level of AV-rated peer review from Martindale-Hubbell, Jane also serves as a Board Member of the International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC) and serves as the Past-Chair of the IWIRC’s Carolina Network.

Managing Partner of MBM, Chris Spradley, stated, “Jane is a standout leader in her field of practice. Her service on various boards at the state, national, and international level are a testament to her dedication to her work and her clients. At MBM, we are incredibly proud to work with Jane.”

Downey serves on the editorial board of South Carolina Lawyer magazine and the South Carolina Bar Pro Bono Committee. Downey is a 1987 graduate of Furman University and a 1990 graduate of the Emory University School of Law.


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