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Chapter 13 Standing Trustees and their staff serve the entire bankruptcy community. We assist debtors, creditors, attorneys and the Court in all of the aspects of financial restitution and rehabilitation. We remain committed to the highest standards of professional, moral and ethical conduct. Our members serve the entire United States and its territories. Inclusion and respect for diversity are core values of all our Chapter 13 programs. We embrace diversity in race, religion, age, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, gender, national origin, political affiliation, marital and family status. Chapter 13 Trustees are mindful that we need to promote inclusion, respect diversity and eliminate bias in our country. We have created this Inclusion Committee to help advance an open dialogue on these issues.

Our mission is to foster inclusion, mutual trust and respect. We aim to assist our members in identifying and eliminating bias and discrimination. The Trustees who comprise this group recognize that we must strive to ensure equal and fair treatment to all participants in all components of Chapter 13 bankruptcy. We are committed to educating and encouraging outreach. Racism, discrimination and bias are wrong. We respect different positions and views and work to promote understanding, knowledge and awareness. We are committed to working towards a diverse, inclusive and representative culture in our national role as Chapter 13 trustees, in our communities and in our own offices.


As of March 22, 2023 9 Interns have participated in the NACTT Internship Program from 7 different Chapter 13 Trustees Office

NACTT Internship Handbook as of 4/1/2022

For more information contact David Peake

HBCUs that have a law school associated with their campus:

1. Howard (D.C.)

2. Thurgood Marshall/ Texas Southern (Houston, TX)

3. Florida A&M (Tallahassee, FL)

4. Southern (Baton Rouge, LA)

5. North Carolina Central (Durham, NC)

Behavior Inventory

These inventories measure attitudes and beliefs that people may be unwilling or unable to report. The inventory results may be especially interesting if it shows that you have an implicit attitude that you did not know about. For example, you may believe that women and men should be equally associated with science, but your automatic associations could show that you (like many others) associate men with science more than you associate women with science.

We hope you will take something of value from the experience of taking one or more of these inventories and gain a better understanding of your unconscious roots of thought and feeling.

Inclusive Behaviors Inventory

Harvard Implicit Association Test


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