Warner is a Professor of Law and the Associate Dean of Bankruptcy
Studies at St. John’s University School of Law in New York, which
has the nation’s most extensive bankruptcy program. He is
also Of Counsel to Greenberg Traurig, LLP, one of the nation’s
largest law firms.
Warner has published numerous articles in the bankruptcy,
commercial law and consumer law areas and has consulted in many
major bankruptcy and consumer law cases. Professor Warner is
a multiple recipient of law school teaching awards, and a frequent
seminar speaker. He is a founder of the American Board of
Certification, the only national credentialing body for bankruptcy
and creditors' rights practitioners. Professor Warner is a
Director and former Secretary of the American Bankruptcy
Institute. He is also a Fellow in the American College of
Bankruptcy, a founding member of the International Insolvency
Institute, an editor of the International Insolvency Law
Review, and served as Chair of the Association of American Law
Schools’ Section on Post-Graduate Legal Education. He serves
as Co-Advisor to the American Bankruptcy Institute Law
Review and heads the national Conrad B. Duberstein Bankruptcy
Moot Court Competition, both of which are co-sponsored by St.
John’s and the American Bankruptcy Institute.