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Wednesday, April 02, 2014

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David Sorkin

I'm teaching two sections of Consumer Law at The John Marshall Law School (Chicago) this year (Spring 2014 and Summer 2014). These sections are online rather than traditional classroom courses, and are open to visiting students from other schools.

Alexandra Sickler

University of North Dakota School of Law offers Consumer Protection Law (Spring 2014, Fall 2014). I am teaching it.

Adam Levitin

I'm teaching Consumer Finance at Georgetown this spring.

Kent Barnett

I teach consumer law at Georgia, and I'm full-time. We have a public-interest practicum, and students often work (but not exclusively) with consumer-debt issues. My colleague Alex Scherr teaches the practicum, and he is full-time, too.

Evan Denerstein

Carolyn Coffey is the adjunct professor teaching the Consumer Rights Protection Field Clinic at Cardozo.

Kathleen C Engel

At Suffolk this year, we offered two sections of consumer law (taught by Barbara Anthony) and one section of consumer credit that I teach. I also periodically teach a course called credit and catastrophe.

Kathleen Engel

Carolyn E. Coffey

Carolyn Coffey teaches Cardozo's consumer law clinic as an adjunct.

Mark E. Steiner

South Texas College of Law: Yes, three sections in 13/14
Consumer Transactions
John H. Bauman; Mark E. Steiner
Full-time

Jon Marcantel

The Charleston School of Law is currently teaching Consumer Law (spring 2014). I am teaching it.

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