Alexandra Barrage represents clients in a broad spectrum of bankruptcy and insolvency contexts, including out-of-court workouts and corporate restructurings, prepackaged bankruptcies, Chapter 11 (reorganizations, sales, and liquidations) and Chapter 15 (cross-border) filings, bankruptcy asset purchases, and related litigation. Ms. Barrage has experience with bank regulatory issues that intersect with bankruptcy law, including living wills and related issues under the Dodd-Frank Act.
Ms. Barrage has co-authored a number of articles on various bankruptcy-related topics that have appeared in The American Bankruptcy Law Journal, Pratt's Journal of Bankruptcy Law, Bankruptcy Law 360, Business Law Journal (Japan), and Financier Worldwide, and referenced in The Wall Street Journal (Deal Blog). She received a 2010 Burton Distinguished Writing Award in Law for an article she co-authored with Norman S. Rosenbaum and Jordan A. Wishnew and is a guest contributor to the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation.
Ms. Barrage was recently appointed co-chair of the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Legislative Committee (2011-2013).
While earning her law degree at the Georgetown University Law Center, Ms. Barrage was an editor of the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, a member of the Barrister’s Council, and the recipient of the 1999 CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights.