Miller Nash LLP bankruptcy attorney Ella Vincent has been selected as a member of the inaugural class of the American Bar Association (ABA) Business Bankruptcy Committee’s 20/20 Partners Rising Young Leader Award. This award recognizes the top 20 bankruptcy lawyers across the nation, first admitted to practice as of July 1, 2015 or later, who have demonstrated a commitment to business bankruptcy, community involvement, leadership, and professionalism. Award recipients represent the best and brightest in the bankruptcy community and show promise as future leaders of the legal profession. Vincent and the other award recipients will be recognized at the Business Bankruptcy Committee’s Luncheon during the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges on October 7, 2021.
“This is an exceptional honor for a bankruptcy attorney to be recognized in a class of only 20 attorneys across the nation,” said Garrett Ledgerwood, Miller Nash bankruptcy team leader. “Ella has already established herself as a tremendous asset to our clients and experienced bankruptcy team.”
About Ella Vincent
Vincent, as part of a seasoned bankruptcy team serving clients across the Pacific Northwest, assists the financial services industry through her work in bankruptcy and creditors' rights. She analyzes legal issues related to bankruptcies, receiverships, secured transactions, and other creditor-debtor matters. Vincent assists with contested matters, adversary proceedings, and other adjunct litigation, including drafting motions and responsive pleadings. Before joining Miller Nash, Vincent served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Brian D. Lynch of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Washington. Vincent currently serves on the board of directors for Consumer Education and Training Services (CENTS), a nonprofit organization dedicated to developing educational and legal resources that empower people to improve their financial health and overcome financial challenges. Vincent received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota before earning her law degree at the University of Oregon School of Law, where she graduated Order of the Coif and served as a managing editor of the Oregon Law Review.