Friday, May 26, 2017

June 9: Representing the Pro Bono Client: Consumer Law Basics 2017

Volunteer lawyers are needed to help the many low income clients facing a wide assortment of consumer law matters who are unrepresented. Attend this program to learn the basics of consumer law so that you can competently represent a client in need and learn new advocacy skills.
What You Will Learn
  • Overview of State and Federal Restraints on Debt Collection
  • Introduction to the Fair Credit Reporting Act
  • A Primer on Automobile Fraud
  • Representing the Unsecured Debtor
  • Mortgage Servicer Litigation
  • Assisting Student Loan Borrowers
  • Developing a Working Relationship with Legal Services Organizations
Attorneys who want to volunteer to help low income clients with consumer related issues and legal services advocates who want to enhance their skills in consumer litigation matters would benefit from attending this program.
Title:
Representing the Pro Bono Client: Consumer Law Basics 2017
When/Where:
June 9, 2017
9:00 AM Pacific
Webcast - Register Now!
Also presented in-person in San Francisco, CA
Credit:
Up to 6 credits in most jurisdictions
Speakers:
  • Chair: Robert W. Murphy ~ Murphy Law Firm
  • Scott C. Borison ~ Legg Law Firm, LLC
  • Ronald L. Burdge ~ Burdge Law Office
  • Joshua Cohen ~ Cohen Consumer Law
  • Cary L Flitter ~ Flitter Milz, P.C.
  • Kathleen P. Hyland ~ Hyland Law Firm, LLC
  • Ian B. Lyngklip ~ Lyngklip & Associates Consumer Law Center, PLC
  • Lisa Sitkin ~ Senior Staff Attorney, National Housing Law Project
  • Robert S. Sola ~ Robert S. Sola, P.C.
  • Program Attorney: Christina Thompson ~ Program Attorney, Practising Law Institute
Cost:
Free
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