Consumer Law 101 Seminar Series – Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Thursday, March 22, 2018
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Deadline to Register: March 20, 2018
CLE Credits: There is no CLE Credit available
Cost: FREE. There is no cost to attend.
Remote Participation: There is no remote attendance available.
Timeframe: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Light refreshments will be served. Registration starts at 3:45 pm.
Location: Mitchell Hamline School of Law | 875 Summit Ave. | St. Paul | Kelley Boardroom
The Consumer Litigation Section is hosting an introduction series on Consumer Law at the local law schools within the Twin Cities. This seminar and social is at the Mitchell Hamline School of Law.
During these sessions, law students will receive an overview of the potential practice area and career paths in studying consumer litigation, including perspectives from both the plaintiff and defendant. Presenters will go over the nature of claims asserted by consumers and against consumers with a shallow dive into consumer protection statutes (e.g., FDCPA, FCRA, etc.). Another point of discussion are the attorney fees provision contained within most consumer protection statutes.
This is a great opportunity for law students to learn about Consumer Law and meet current professionals in the field as well as for members to connect with students.
*Subject to change.
Carl E. Christensen, Attorney | Christensen Law Office PLLC
Michael A. Klutho, Shareholder | Bassford Remele
Mark G. Schroeder, Shareholder | Briggs & Morgan
Mark L. Vavreck, Partner | Gonko & Vavreck, PLLC