Registration is now open for the Teaching Consumer Law Conference, to be held in Santa Fe, New Mexico, May 30-31. Presented by the Center for Consumer Law at the University of Houston Law Center, this year's Conference features more than thirty speakers discussing issues of importance to those teaching consumer law, interested in teaching consumer law, or just wanting to keep up with the subject. Topics include: debt collection, virtual currency, consumer credit, arbitration and class action updates; several presentations about the role of consumer law professors, the importance of consumer clinics, and the role of the FTC and CFPB; as well as many international speakers discussing topics of interest in today's global economy. A brochure and registration form is available here. Hope to see you in Santa Fe.