Caroline R. Djang is a senior associate in the Corporate Restructuring and Creditors' Rights Group and a member of the firm's Business Litigation Department. Ms. Djang's practice includes the representation of debtors, secured lenders, chapter 11 trustees, landlords and other creditors in bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings. Prior to joining Rutan & Tucker, Ms. Djang was a judicial law clerk at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for seven years, clerking for U.S. Bankruptcy Judges Ellen Carroll, Vincent P. Zurzolo, Sheri Bluebond and Richard M. Neiter. Most recently, Ms. Djang was honored as a Rising Star by the Southern California Super Lawyers publication for 2011 and 2012.
- Panelist, Orange County Korean American Bar Association, Fifth Annual Community Law School (April 2010)
- Speaker, A Discussion of Ethical Issues in Bankruptcy Cases, Los Angeles Paralegal Association (January 2009)
- Panelist, What Is Bankruptcy?, Loyola Law School Business Law Society (March 2008)
- "Singled Out - Chapter 11 Provides Only Temporary Respite to an Entity in a Single Asset Real Estate Bankruptcy," Los Angeles Lawyer, January 2012
- "Stern v. Marshall Bankruptcy Case: Bombshell or Dud? (Part I and II)," Los Angeles Daily Journal, October 2011
- "Volunteer Attorney Program Can Alleviate Bankruptcy Court's Massive Workload," Los Angeles Daily Journal, February 2011