Bob Hockenbury is an associate in the Capital Markets practice group and focuses his practice on bankruptcy and restructuring matters, as well as creditors’ rights. He has vast experience managing a diverse caseload, overseeing cases and providing sound guidance throughout an engagement. Bob advises a wide range of clients in all aspects of bankruptcy cases and insolvency matters.

During law school, Bob interned for Judge M. Harner of the United States Bankruptcy Court for Maryland.  After law school, he served as a law clerk to Chief Judge T. Catliota of the same court, where he conducted in-depth research on emerging issues in bankruptcy law, drafted legal memoranda and orders, and prepared the judge for hearings by providing objective case analysis. 

Bob earned his undergraduate degree in Education and Natural Resources from Cornell University where he also earned a Master of Arts in Teaching.  Bob earned his law degree from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law where he established the school’s bankruptcy moot court team.

Professional & Civic Engagement

  • Walter Chandler Inn of Courts
  • Maryland Bankruptcy Bar Association
  • American Bankruptcy Institute

Thought Leadership

  • Co-Author, “Reflections on Business Bankruptcy Reform,” Syracuse Law Review, 2021