Morris James is pleased to announce that Brya Keilson has been elected to the partnership as of January 2022. The firm congratulates Brya on her achievements and is confident of her continued success at Morris James.
Brya is a member of the Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights practice group. She focuses her practice on commercial bankruptcy, restructuring, and insolvency matters. She represents Chapter 11 debtors, insurers in all facets of bankruptcy-related issues, creditors' committees, liquidating trustees, trade creditors and financial institutions, purchasers of assets, and both plaintiffs and defendants in numerous avoidance actions, including preference and fraudulent transfer actions.
“Brya joined us in 2019 from her previous role as Trial Attorney at the Office of U.S. Trustee. She brings valuable experience to Morris James as a critical thinker, and goes above and beyond for her clients and our firm,” says Chuck Kunz, Chair of Bankruptcy and Restructuring group. “We are honored to have someone like Brya join the firm's partnership.”
Brya has over 15 years of private practice experience representing receivers and assignees in assignments for benefit creditors, commercial litigation, real estate matters, loan transactions, and corporate acquisitions. Prior to working at Morris James, Brya spent two years as a trial attorney with the Office of the U.S. Trustee. Brya received her JD degree from Villanova University School of Law in 2004, where she was also a Dean's Merit Scholar, and received her Bachelors of Philosophy degree from Haverford College in 1999.