I don't like repeating posts, but an exception is warranted here. I am reproducing Jeff Sovern's post about the "Making the fine print fair" conference set for this Friday, April 4, at Georgetown law. Note that the conference is free and open to the public. So, if you are in D.C. on Friday, feel free to drop by.
Making the Fine Print Fair Symposium at Georgetown Law April 4
The Georgetown Consumer Law Society and Citizen Works are hosting a symposium, Making the Fine Print Fair, at Georgetown on April 4 from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Speakers include FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez; Ralph Nader; Georgetown Dean William Treanor; Associate Dean Gregory Klass; Professors David Vladeck, Adam Levitin; CL&P bloggers Deepak Gupta, Scott Michaelman, and Jeff Sovern; NACA Executive Director Ira Rheingold; Citizen Works Executive Director Theresa Amato; Professors Nancy Kim, Omri Ben-Shahar, Margaret Jane Radin, Florencia Marotta-Wurgler, Michael Rustad, and Lauren Willis; former Illinois Attorney General and Justice Neil Hartigan; PIRG's Ed Mierzwinski; Arent Fox's Marc L. Fleischaker, ALICE's Peter Bailon; Public Justice's Matt Wessler; columnist Bob Sullivan; Consumers Untion's George Slover and others.
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