by Jeff Sovern
A few weeks ago, I posted a list of schools offering consumer law courses this year, prepared by my research assistant, Preston Postlethwaite. Because the list was drawn from law school web sites, it omitted some such courses as some web sites were not up-to-date or were inaccessible. A number of people wrote in with additions, and Preston has now prepared a more complete list. It appears below the fold. As before, if you spot an inaccuracy, please let me know by posting a comment. Altogether, 53 schools offer the basic course, 21 have a consumer law clinic, and 12 have both a clinic and a basic course. That leaves about two-thirds of the ABA-accredited law school with neither.