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UC Irvine School of Law announces new consumer protection clinic

 |  June 13, 2012

UC Irvine Law Professor Katherine Porter has started a Consumer Protection Clinic at the law school. Along with a visiting clinical professor, Porter will work with law students to help California Attorney General Kamala Harris assist California homeowners in receiving mortgage relief. The $18 million in relief for California comes from a foreclosure settlement with five banks.

Full content: UC Irvine School of Law Press Release via Bloomberg


Related content: Consumer Protection Economics at the FTC (Michael Salinger, Boston University, Charles River Associates)


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