Advocates Head to New Orleans for 2023 Spring Training

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Register now for an in-depth training for intermediate and advanced consumer attorneys, May 4-5. The Early Bird Discount ends March 31!

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Spring Training

Join us in New Orleans for the Spring Training! Attendees will experience in-depth learning in three tracks: FCRA, FDCPA, and the Business of Consumer Law, each with interactive sessions that allow you to engage with your peers.
May 4 - 5, 2023

Massachusetts Weatherization and Energy Efficiency: Open Energy & Utility Q&A Hours

This session will focus on low income energy efficiency and weatherization programs in Massachusetts. We will be joined by guest experts Mary Wambui, Asset Manager at the Planning Office for Urban Affairs, and Brian Beote, Director of Energy Efficiency Operations at Action Inc. Wambui and Beote will briefly present on program basics, general things to know, best practices and things to avoid, etc.
March 22, 2023


Now Available: Surviving Debt, 2023 Edition

A leading resource for nearly 30 years, and recently named "the best all around guide to navigating debt" by Business Insider, this updated 2023 edition of Surviving Debt provides practical and accessible advice from the nation’s consumer law experts on how to deal with crushing debt.

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