B.S., Springfield College (2004)
J.D., cum laude, Widener University, School of Law (2008), Phi Kappa Phi
United States District Court for the District of Delaware (2009)
Third Circuit Court of Appeals (2010)
American Bankruptcy Institute
American Bar Association
Delaware Bankruptcy Inn of Court
Delaware State Bar Association
Federal Bar Association
Justin R. Alberto is an associate at Bayard. Justin focuses his practice on corporate bankruptcy and restructuring. He has experience representing debtors, creditors’ committees, equity committees, lenders, bondholders, secured and unsecured creditors, plan administrators, and other interested entities in various bankruptcy reorganization and liquidation proceedings. In addition to his restructuring practice, Justin also has experience representing entities involved in litigation arising under and transactions governed by the General Corporation Law of the State of Delaware.
In 2013, Justin was recognized by Super Lawyers magazine as a Delaware Rising Star in the practice area of bankruptcy & creditor/debtor rights. Justin was also selected for and recently graduated from the 2013 Federal Trial Practice Seminar sponsored by the United States District Court for the District of Delaware. The Federal Trial Practice Seminar is a biennial nine-week program specializing in trial advocacy skills with instruction from Delaware’s District Court Judges and nationally recognized practitioners.
Justin is an active participant in the Federal Bar Association, currently serving as a board member for the national Bankruptcy Law Section and as a contributing writer for the Monthly Bankruptcy Law Circuit Updates. He also serves as a member of the Pro Bono Committee for the Delaware Bankruptcy Inn of Court.
Before joining Bayard in 2008, Justin graduated cum laude from Widener University School of Law. While in law school, Justin clerked for the Honorable Henry duPont Ridgely, Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court. He also served as the Managing Editor of the Widener Law Review and was a member of the Moe Levine Mock Trial Honor Society. Prior to law school, Justin graduated with a B.S. in Business and Economics from Springfield College.