Consumer Debt Collection For DV Practitioners
- 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
- Eastern Time (US & Canada)
- By: Feerick Center For Social Justice
Fordham Law School
- Source: National
This training will provide an overview of consumer debt collection practices for domestic violence advocates. It is also geared towards practitioners interested in participating in DV-CLARO, a pilot project which will team up consumer law experts and domestic violence legal services providers. Teams will provide limited legal advice and, as appropriate, will make referrals for full representation. Out of this effort, pilot participants will develop best practices for assisting survivors with consumer debt issues.
Sidney Cherubin, Supervising Attorney, Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project
Matt Schedler, Staff Attorney, CAMBA
Susan Shin, Staff Attorney, NEDAP
Sponsors of the DV-CLARO Pilot Project:
Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project; CAMBA; Feerick Center for Social Justice at Fordham Law School; My Sisters' Place; NEDAP; NYLAG; Safe Horizon; Sanctuary for Families; The Financial Clinic; The Legal Aid Society of New York City; The Task Force on Domestic Violence and Economic Justice (DVEJ).
- CLE Credit Comments: 3 CLE credits
Dora GalacatosFeerick Center for Social Justice(212) 636-7747
- Website: law.fordham.edu
- Attachment(s): REGISTER for DV-CLARO Training Spring 2010 (updated 3-10-2010).pdf