Presented by the Center for Consumer Law, University of Houston,
and the Center for Consumer Law & Economic Justice, UC Berkeley
Live in Santa Fe, New Mexico. May 20-21, 2022.
Conference for Clinical Faculty, May 19th.*
It may seem like forever since there has been an in-person conference…. but we are proud to present the twelfth biennial international Teaching Consumer Law Conference. We are also pleased to announce that the Teaching Conference has combined forces with the Law School Consumer Clinics Conference.*
Both Conferences will be held at the Hilton Hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico. For the Conference rate of $159 per night, use “special rate” Code CLC. Santa Fe, the “City Different, is one of the oldest and most fascinating cities in the United States.
The Teaching Conference will focus on all aspects of teaching consumer law, as well as on traditional substantive issues of consumer protection and economic justice. There will be presentations and discussions on US and international consumer law issues, as well as discussions regarding pedagogical techniques. Substantive updates will cover the most significant areas of consumer law. We are especially proud of our Keynote speaker, Richard Cordray, Chief Operating Officer of Federal Student Aid and former Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Click here for a list of topics and speakers.
The Teaching Conference is directed toward those currently teaching or interested in teaching consumer law or a consumer clinic, full-time or as an adjunct. Registration and hotel information is now available here. Proposals for presentations are still accepted. For more information, click here or contact Richard Alderman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you in Santa Fe, May 2022!
* If you are interested in or have questions about the Clinical Faculty Conference on May 19, click here.