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PAST NCLC’S WEBINARS

Revised COVID-19 Options for VA-Guaranteed Borrowers

October 13, 2021 This webinar will address the significant revisions to the options available for VA-guaranteed borrowers facing pandemic-related hardships. Speaker: Steve Sharpe, Staff Attorney at the National Consumer Law Center  

Overview of the CFPB’s Covid-19 RESPA Rule

August 26, 2021 On June 28, 2021, the CFPB released a final rule under RESPA that includes important protections for homeowners impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The rule, which takes effect August 31, 2021, imposes procedural safeguards that limit [...]

Approaching Consumer Work with a Racial Justice Lens: Session 3

July 27, 2021 Understanding history is crucial to appreciating how racism permeates our work. During this session advocates will discuss how specific regional histories of indigenous oppression in New Mexico and sharecropping in Mississippi have informed their understanding of [...]

TransUnion v. Ramirez: Part 2

July 21, 2021 NCLC is proud to partner with the National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA) and Public Justice to host the following webinars for legal aid, government, and non-profit lawyers, and private attorneys who are NACA or Public [...]

TransUnion v. Ramirez: Part 1

July 15, 2021 NCLC is proud to partner with the National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA) and Public Justice to host the following webinars for legal aid, government, and non-profit lawyers, and private attorneys who are NACA or Public [...]

Approaching Consumer Work with a Racial Justice Lens: Session 2

July 20, 2021 Promoting racial justice in consumer advocacy may require organizational realignment and forging closer partnerships with community. Join this session to hear from both advocates and community members about how Legal Aid of Arkansas changed their approach [...]

Approaching Consumer Work with a Racial Justice Lens: Session 1

July 13, 2021 Consideration of race is central to the practice of consumer law for low-income people. During this session, we will discuss why race is a critical part of anti-poverty advocacy generally and consumer advocacy specifically. Speakers will [...]