Georgetown Journal of Poverty Law and Policy Issue on Consumer Protection

Here, with links to purchase the articles. The issue includes remarks from a program at the 2013 AALS Annual Meeting jointly sponsored by The Sections on Poverty Law and Clinical Legal Education, entitled  The Debt Crisis and the National Response: Big Changes or Tinkering at the Edges?  The list includes. The articles include:

"Owner Finance! No Banks Needed!" Consumer Protection Analysis of Seller-Financed Home Sales: a Texas Case Study 
Genevieve Hébert Fajardo 

Improving the Lives of Individuals in Financial Distress Using a Randomized Control Trial: A Research and Clinical Approach 
Dalié Jiménez, D. James Greiner, Lois R. Lupica, & Rebecca L. Sandefur 

Where the FCRA Meets the FDCPA: The Impact of Unfair Collection Practices on the Credit Report 
Mary Spector

Ensuring Justice: The Role of State Court Systems in Responding to the Consumer Debt Crisis 
Justice Fern A. Fisher

Consumer Law Clinics: Community-Based Lawyering—A Social Justice Response to the Financial Crisis 
Judith Fox 

Addressing the Foreclosure Crisis Through Law School Clinics 
Nathalie Martin & Max Weinstein 

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