Lawrence Eric Wilk

Faculty Associate

Lawrence E. Wilk is a Shareholder at Jaburg & Wilk, P.C., in Phoenix. He has practiced law for more than 31 years and has established a successful practice assisting institutional clients, business owners and receivers in the areas of foreclosure, financial fraud, Ponzi scheme litigation, bankruptcy litigation, workouts, and creditor rights representation.

Professor Wilk’s expertise in Ponzi schemes and multi-level marketing is unique. He has been involved in several of the largest cases in the Southwest, including the Baptist Foundation, American National Mortgage Partners, CSC Financial Services and Jewelway International. He has served as counsel for receivers appointed in federal court actions initiation by the Federal Trade Commission and in state courts initiated by the Arizona Corporation Commission and Banking Commissions.

As president and a registered lobbyist for the Arizona Trustee’s Association, Professor Wilk sought legislative reform in the foreclosure industry. In addition to conducting hundreds of foreclosures, he was involved in several seminal cases which clarified the law and still serve as precedent today. He is a frequent lecturer on bankruptcy, receiverships, Ponzi schemes and workout topics. He currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Arizona Sports Authority.

Assistant: Tina George

B.A., Indiana University

J.D., Indiana University School of Law