Richard Alderman (Houston Law Center ) and I welcome all of you to beautiful Santa Fe New Mexico on May 30-31, 2014 for the only international conference in the world dedicated to the teaching of consumer law. The conference is sponsored by the Center for Consumer Law at the University of Houston Law Center, in cooperation with the University of New Mexico, and the National Association of Consumer Advocates. This year the theme is “Teaching Consumer Law in a Virtual World.”
More than 25 presenters will discuss issues related to teaching consumer law, establishing a consumer law program, as well as substantive issues regarding U.S. and international consumer law. Some of the topics include: Increasing the Prominence of Consumer Law and Influencing Policy, Debt Collection, What’s New with the FTC and the CFPB?, Economic Justice and Consumer Law.
Teaching the Financial Crisis through Consumer Law, Virtual Currency, Privacy, Making the Most of Consumer Clinics, Consumer Arbitration , Class Actions, Innovations in Teaching, “Legal” Drug Advertising, Computerized Delivery of Consumer Law, Foreclosure Defense, Online Peer-to-Peer Lending , and Strict Product Liability in South Africa. Click here to register and here for the brochure.