Praise for NCLC’s Consumer Law Manuals

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“A monumental undertaking . . . should become a standard reference set.” — ABA Journal

“The National Consumer Law Center has come to the rescue of lawyers handling consumer cases. The Series has the answers for the myriad questions that can arise. The analysis of the law contains an extensive study of state statutes and generous footnotes citing case law in every state.” — Texas Bar Journal

“The most comprehensive and detailed treatment of their subject I have seen. The manuals combine first-rate scholarship with numerous useful practice tips and aids. I highly recommend them to any attorney who represents plaintiffs or defendants in consumer credit or sales cases.” — Richard Gross, former Chairman, Consumer Protection Committee, National Assn. of Attorneys General

“The NCLC manual series is the primary authority in their respective subjects. Many of the queries I get from lawyers and lay people on a regular basis can be easily answered by referring to the manuals.” — Alan M. White, Assistant Professor Valparaiso University School of Law

“The National Consumer Law Center has compiled a standard reference set that should make consumer law accessible and profitable for private lawyers. Written by the leading national experts in the field, it is a helpful balance of scholarly analysis and practice pointers.” — Maryland Bar Journal

“For fighting corporations that cheat consumers, I consider the NCLC manuals as a gun in my holster. Draw!” — Bernard E. Brown, The Brown Law Firm, Kansas City, MO

 

On Consumer Bankruptcy Law and Practice:

“No bankruptcy practitioner, no matter how experienced, should be without this volume.” — Elizabeth Warren, Special Advisor to the President, Professor of Law, Harvard Law School

Consumer Bankruptcy Law and Practice is a must for every counselor and practicing bankruptcy lawyer in the consumer field. I hope practitioners in my court acquaint themselves with this valuable work.” — Judge Marilyn Morgan, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of California

“. . . no other book of equal or even approximate value to consumer counsel on bankruptcy matters.” — American Bankruptcy Law Journal

“I don’t understand how anyone can practice bankruptcy law without the NCLC Consumer Bankruptcy book . . . it’s helped more than I can say in my practice. Almost every day someone asks a question on the NACBA listserv and someone else pipes in with ‘Where’s your bankruptcy bible, the NCLC book?’ I recommend you get it now!” — Karen M. Oakes, Basin Bankruptcy Center, Klamath Falls, OR

 

On Fair Debt Collection:

Cited three times by the U.S. Supreme Court in Jerman v. Carlisle, 130 S.Ct. 1605 (2010).

“. . . the most widely used manual in the field.” — Aslam v. Malen & Assoc., 2009 WL 3853191 (E.D.N.Y. 2009)

 

On Student Loan Law:

“The most important resource available to those of us in the field and the authoritative source on student loan issues. Many Philadelphians have received student loan help because of this manual.” — Sharon Dietrich, Managing Attorney, Employment and Public Benefits, Community Legal Services of Philadelphia

Student Loan Law is an essential resource for both advocates and consumers. The author, Deanne Loonin, is the nation’s top expert on student loan law, and this manual gives everyone access to her expertise.” — Lauren Asher, President, Institute for College Access & Success, home of the Project on Student Debt

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