Education loan Discharge: Reevaluating Hardship that is undue under Presumption of Consistent Usage

Education loan Discharge: Reevaluating Hardship that is undue under Presumption of Consistent Usage

Education loan Discharge: Reevaluating Hardship that is undue under Presumption of Consistent Usage
Ashley M. Bykerk * Notes & Comments Editor, Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal; J.D. Candidate, Emory University School of Law (2019); B.A., with a high distinction, Nebraska Wesleyan University (2016). First, I wish to thank my faculty consultant, Professor Rafael Pardo, for their assistance that is invaluable in my remark. I might also want to thank the employees users and editors of this Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal with their diligent operate in planning my Comment for publication. Finally, I wish to thank my children and buddies with regards to their endless help.

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