On May 18th and 19th, the Center for Consumer Law at the University of Houston Law Center will hold its sixth bi-annual Teaching Consumer Law Conference.
This year’s theme is “Teaching Consumer Law in an Evolving Economy.” This is the only conference devoted exclusively to the teaching of consumer law, and is designed for those currently teaching consumer law, as well as anyone who is interested in teaching or just wants to know more about consumer law issues. More than 30 presenters will discuss issues ranging from Fringe Banking, Debt Collection and Advertising, to Foreclosure, Payments and Arbitration. There also are several presentations discussing consumer law from an international perspective. Presenters include law faculty, adjunct faculty, and practicing attorneys. There also is ample time to socialize, and an opportunity see the Houston Astros take on the Texas Rangers. For more information and a registration form, click here.