Armstrong Teasdale issued the following announcement on Oct. 4.
St. Louis Financial and Real Estate Services Partner Steve Cousins was recently selected to join the advisory board of the prestigious Hutchins Center for African & African American Research at Harvard University.
The Hutchins Center is the pre-eminent research center focusing on the history and culture of people of African descent all over the world. The center seeks to drive engagement with and awareness of this field of study, and often sponsors visiting fellows, art exhibitions, publications, research projects, archives, readings, conferences and new media initiatives that excite interest in African and African-American research.
Cousins has a national practice and reputation in the areas of bankruptcy, reorganization and restructuring spanning over 35 years. He represents a wide variety of debtor companies, including utilities, hospitals, retailers, regulated organizations, major banks, energy companies, creditors’ committees, pension funds and other financial institutions around the country, including private entity and hedge funds. He is the founder of the firm’s Financial Restructuring, Reorganization and Bankruptcy practice area, and his civic service in the region is incredibly extensive. Cousins is a fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy and was most recently recognized in 2017 with The Missouri Bar Foundation Martin J. Purcell Award for professionalism, and the Commitment to St. Louis Award from the St. Louis County NAACP.
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Source: Armstrong Teasdale