Project on Predatory Student Lending

Our Work

The Project fights for low-income borrowers who have debt from for-profit colleges. We represent students and families who have experienced unfair, deceptive, and illegal conduct at the hands of for-profit colleges. In addition to litigation, we have represented our clients by advocating for policy reforms to increase accountability in the for-profit sector.

If you attended a for-profit school and need legal help with student loan problems, contact us by leaving a message on our hotline: 617-390-2669 or filling out our online intake form.

More About the Project

Recent Cases

  • ITT: To learn more about our recent filing in the ITT bankruptcy case and to find information for former ITT students, click here.
  • EDMC: To learn more about our effort to obtain public information about EDMC’s recruitment practices, click here.
  • Corinthian (Everest): To learn more about our challenge to the government’s forced collections of fraudulently-incurred debt from Corinthian Colleges, click here.

Recent Press Coverage

Massachusetts Information & Resources

To learn more about the types of schools in Massachusetts, and where to file complaints with the state, visit this page of the Project’s website.

For general information on student loans, student loan policy, and student loan repayment, see Student Loan Borrower Assistance. For the Federal Student Aid office of the U.S. Department of Education, see The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau maintains a site with information for servicemembers. To request help from the Project, click here.

Our Team

Kelsey Barowich, Project Manager
Yan Cao, Attorney & Skadden Fellow
Eileen Connor, Director of Litigation
Alec Harris, Attorney & Fellow
Jessica Jimenez, Paralegal Advocate
Erica Kyzmir-McKeon, Attorney
Deanne Loonin, Attorney
Amanda Mangaser Savage, Attorney & Fellow
Toby Merrill, Director
Marika O’Connor Grant, Paralegal Advocate
Victoria Roytenberg, Attorney


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