2024 Mortgage Conference (Virtual)

June 3 - 6, 2024

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Virtual | June 3 – 6, 2024
Pre-conference intensive to be held May 29 – 30, 2024

Join us online this year for an exciting lineup of expert speakers on the most current topics in mortgage servicing and foreclosure prevention. Two beginner sessions provide grounding for advocates new to mortgage servicing work: a foreclosure defense overview and a walk through of the federal mortgage servicing rules. We will delve into federal loss mitigation updates, including FHA’s new Payment Supplement Partial Claim. 

Top litigators will walk through zombie second mortgages and credit reporting claims for homeowners. We’ll cap all that off with an exploration of hot topics, including shared equity products, preventing property tax foreclosures on heirs property, and the seismic shifts happening with homeowner’s insurance. 

Our pre-conference intensive will provide a deep dive on pre-trial mortgage servicing litigation, from case selection to drafting your complaint to discovery and settlement issues.

“It’s a great place to learn, have your knowledge base reaffirmed, and get connected with like-minded advocates who can become mentors and colleagues.”

Click on the links below to find out more information:

Money Saving Deadlines

April 19, 2024Deadline to apply for/renew NACA membership to qualify for Early Registration (to apply for NACA Membership click here)
April 29, 2024Deadline for Early Registration/Early Cancellation Fee
May 14, 2024Deadline to apply for/renew NACA membership
May 28, 2024Last day to register online


Earn up to a total 16.25 CLE credits, which includes 1.25 hours of ethics. For the pre-conference intensive, earn 3.75 regular hours plus 1.25 hours for ethics. For the main conference, earn 11.25 regular hours. CLE reporting instructions will be available to conference attendees. For additional information, please email [email protected].


Registration TypeEarly Bird (by 4/29/24)Regular Rate
Standard Attorney (Main Conference)$339$399
NACA Member$249$299
Government Attorney
(including Assistant Attorneys General)
Non-Profit Advocate/Attorney$249$299
Academia (including Law Professors)$249$299
Next Generation Private Attorney*$169$199
Legal Aid Attorney*$169$199
Law Student$69$79
Two-Day Intensive / Workshop$99$119
*50% registration rate discounts for ‘Next Generation’ private attorneys (those with less than five years of experience) and all Legal Aid attorneys are guaranteed through NCLC’s Campaign for the Future, and underwritten in whole or in part by its generous supporters. This scholarship opportunity automatically lowers the cost of attendance when registering for the main conference.


Download the 2024 Sponsorship Prospectus here.

To secure a sponsorship or discuss sponsorship options, please contact Paul Laurent at [email protected].

For Sponsorship Rules and Regulations, please click here.

Thank you to our Sponsors!


Are you a lawyer committed to advancing the cause of just treatment and ethical representation of consumers? Consider membership in the National Association of Consumer Advocates. Not only do you join a community of like-minded attorneys, you also save on this conference and all NCLC/NACA conferences. Learn more at

Code of Conduct and Anti-Harassment Policy

NCLC and NACA are committed to a safer conference environment for everyone that emphasizes mutual respect and inclusion for all attendees. We expect all attendees to follow our Code of Conduct and Anti-Harassment Policy, which provides a process for reporting and investigation. Information will be available in the conference app and in follow-up communication to registrants.

Contact Information

Overall conference questions and information email [email protected]

Sponsorship information email [email protected]

Registration questions email [email protected]

CLE questions email [email protected]

To apply for NACA Membership click here.

Press and Recording Policy

Conference proceedings are off the record and for background only. Permission to quote a speaker must be confirmed by the speaker after the session. Personal electronic recording of sessions is prohibited. For inquiries, please contact Michelle Deakin at [email protected].