Sophie is an associate with the Bankruptcy & Restructuring group. Her practice focuses on corporate restructuring and bankruptcy.
Sophie has been involved in complex chapter 11 proceedings representing debtors, DIP lenders, trade creditors, landlords, and other parties in interest.
Her experience includes in- and out-of-court restructuring matters, and she represents clients in chapter 11, bankruptcy litigation, and bankruptcy appeals. Sophie has represented debtors spanning a diverse range of industries, including airline, agriculture, retail, non-profit, energy, and biotech.
Sophie also has a healthy pro bono practice, representing individuals in chapter 13 bankruptcy cases, matters before the Family Court for the State of Delaware, and criminal appeals before the Third Circuit.
While in law school, Sophie was a judicial intern to the Honorable Charles M. Walker of United States Bankruptcy Court in Nashville, Tennessee and a judicial intern to the Honorable Robert C. Holloway of the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals.
News & Insights
- Speaking Engagement, 09.21.2023 through 09.22.2023
Sophie Rogers Churchill will moderate the panel, “Bankruptcy: Evolution of DIP Financing Orders.”
- Speaking Engagement, Wilmington, DE, 11.17.2022
Sophie Rogers Churchill facilitates the morning session, “Successful Navigation of a Virtual Hearing.”
- Firm News, 01.19.2022
Twenty-two Morris Nichols lawyers have been admitted to the Delaware Bar today.
Professional & Civic
American Bankruptcy Institute
American Bar Association
American Inns of Court
Delaware State Bar Association (Bankruptcy Section)
- Judicial Intern to the Honorable Charles M. Walker, United States Bankruptcy Court, Nashville, TN, 2019
- Judicial Intern to the Honorable Robert C. Holloway, Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals, 2019
Washington and Lee University School of Law, JD, cum laude, 2021
Washington and Lee Law Review, lead articles editor, 2020-2021
Belmont University, BS, cum laude, 2018
- Delaware, 2022
- US District Court for the District of Delaware, 2022
- US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, 2023