Paris focuses his practice on corporate restructuring and other insolvency matters, and assists with the representation of Chapter 11 debtors, creditors, distressed companies and other parties in interest.
He received his J.D. from the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, where he served as the Monica Gollub Endowed Academic Scholar, as well as the Senior Research Editor for the Journal of International Business and Law and was the recipient of the Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick Bankruptcy Law Award, demonstrating outstanding academic performance in and a desire to make future contributions to the field of bankruptcy law.
Prior to law school, Paris studied Classical Literature and Psychology at The Ohio State University and was a post-baccalaureate scholar at the University of Athens, School of Philosophy.
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- Included in the New York Metro Super Lawyers "Rising Stars" list, Bankruptcy, 2021-2023.
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- Law School Perspectives Committee Member, New York City Bar Association
- Young Lawyers Section Member, New York State Bar Association
- Communications Standing Committee Member, New York State Bar Association
The Interplay between Lien Preservation and Section 363 Sales, NORTON JOURNAL OF BANKRUPTCY LAW & PRACTICE (Vol. 27, Issue 1)., 2017
The Illegality of the Greek Sovereign Debt Crisis: Contract Law's Response to the Greek Government, JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS & LAW (Vol. XVI Issue 2)., 2017
The Elective Imbroglio, NYC BAR ASSOCIATION LAW STUDENT PERSPECTIVES COMMITTEE NEWSLETTER (March 2017)., 2017
The Future of Non-Dischargeable Student Loans, COMPLETE GUIDE TO CREDIT & COLLECTION LAW (2016 Ed.)., 2017