Professor Nathalie Martin

Nathalie Martin


Inside Bankruptcy (with Ocean Tama) (Aspen 2008).

When Worlds Collide: Bankruptcy and Its Impact on Domestic Relations and Family Law (American Bankruptcy Institute 3rd ed. 2005). (with MICHAELA M. WHITE and MARIANNE B. CULHANE)

The New Bankruptcy Law and You (with Stewart Paley) (Wiley 2005).

The Glannon Guide to Bankruptcy (Aspen 2005).

Counseling Older Americans, ALI/ABA Book (with Alison Barnes and A. Frank Johns) (2005).


High-Interest Loans and Class:  Do Payday and Title Loans Really Serve the Middle Classes, 24 Loyola Consumer L. Rev. 524 (2012) (with Ernesto Longa).

The Alliance Between Payday Lenders and Tribes: Are Both Tribal Sovereignty and Consumer Protection at Risk? 69 Wash & Lee L. Rev.751 (2012) (with Joshua Schwartz).

Grand Theft Auto Loans: Repossession and Demographic Realities in Title Lending, 77 Missouri Law Rev. 41 (2012) (with Ozymandias Adams).

Regulating Payday Loans: Why This Should Make the CFPB'S Short List, 2 Harv. Bus. L. Rev. Online 44 (2011), available at:

Testing Materiality Under the Unfair Practices Acts: What Information Matters When Collecting Time-Barred Debts? 64 Consumer Fin. L. Q. Rep. 372 (2010) (with Timothy Goldsmith).
Available at: SSRN

Double Down-and-Out: The Connection Between Payday Loans and Bankruptcy, 39 Southwestern L. Rev. 789 (2010) (with Koo Im Tong).

1,000% Interest—Good While Supplies Last: A Study of Payday Loan Practices and Solutions, 52 Arizona Law Review 563 (2010).
Available at SSRN

Consumer Scams and the Elderly: Preserving Independence through Shifting Default Rules, 17 J. Elder Law 1 (2009).

Winners and Losers in Bankruptcy Reform: Do Women and Children Really Come out on Top, 49 Fam . L. Quar. 219 (2007).

Mind Games: Rethinking BAPCPA's Debtor Education Provisions, 31 S. ILL. U. L.J. 517 (2007).
Available at: SSRN

The Role of History and Culture in Developing Bankruptcy and Insolvency Systems: The Perils of Legal Transplantation, 28 B.C. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 1 (2005).
Available at: SSRN

Poverty, Culture and the Bankruptcy Code: Narratives from the Money Law Clinic, 12 Clinical L. Rev. 203 (2005).
Available at: SSRN

American Bankruptcy Laws: Encouraging Risk-Taking and Entrepreneurship, (U.S. Department of State, International Information Programs, Entrepreneurship and Small Business), available at

The Role of History and Culture in Developing Bankruptcy and Insolvency Systems: The Perils of Legal Transplantation, 28 B.C. College Int'L & Comp. L. Rev. 1 (2005), also available at

Common Law Bankruptcy Systems: Similarities and Differences, 11 Amer. Bankr. Inst. L. Rev. 367 (2003).

Explorations in the Classroom: A Book Review of Secured Credit: A Systems Approach, 26 Seattle L. Rev. 13 (2002).

Que es la Diferencia: A Comparison of the First Days of a Chapter 11 Reorganization Case in the United States and Mexico, 10 U.S.- Mexico. L.J.85 (2002).

Funding Long Term Care: Is There a Way to Ensure That Our Assets Will Last Longer Than We Will?, 3 Elder's Advisor 66 (2001).

Les Jeux Ne Sont Pas Fait: The Right to Dignified Long-Term Care in the Face on Industry-Wide Financial Failure (with Elizabeth Rourke), 10 Cornell J. L. & Pub.Pol. 129 (Fall 2000).

Funding Long-Term Care: Some Risk-Spreaders Create More Risk Than They Cure, 16 J. Contemp. Health L. & Pol'y 335 (2000).

The Insolvent Life-care Provider: Who Leads the Dance Between State Continuing-Care Statutes and the Federal Bankruptcy Code, 61 Ohio St. L.J. 267 (2000).

Noneconomic Interest in Bankruptcy: Standing On The Outside Looking In, 59 Ohio St. L.J. 429 (1998).

Fee Shifting in Bankruptcy: Deterring Frivolous, Fraud Based Objections to Discharge, 76 N.C. L. Rev. 97 (1997).

Note, Fathers and Families: Expanding Men's Familial Rights, 36 Syracuse L. Rev. 1265 (1986).