Project on Predatory Student Lending

How We Help

The Project on Predatory Student Lending represents low-income student loan borrowers who have experienced predatory lending in connection with for-profit schools. As part of our focus on for-profit colleges, the practice frequently assists with issues related to servicemembers’ and  veterans’ education benefits, federal student aid, private student loans, and student loan collections.

If you are in the Boston area, attended a for-profit school, and are seeking legal help with student loan problems, please fill out our online intake request form by clicking the red button below, or leave a message on our hotline: 617-390-2669.


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.

Recent Updates

Advocacy for Low-Income Borrowers

The Project also brings the experiences of our clients to bear on state and federal higher education policy. We have served as negotiators for many recent U.S. Department of Education’s Negotiated Rulemakings on the integrity and improvement of the federal student loan program. The Project has provided extensive testimony on behalf of low-income student loan borrowers and veterans scammed by for-profit colleges in Massachusetts, including:

Recent Press

For all posts and news related to the Project on Predatory Student Lending, click here.

Legal Disclaimer

This website is neither a solicitation nor an offer to represent you concerning any legal problem. The information conveyed on this website is not legal advice and is not intended to and does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and our law firm or any attorney with our firm.  Please be s aware that unsolicited letters,  emails, and faxes do not create an attorney-client relationship, and you should not send any confidential information to us unless and until you and our firm enter into a formal agreement establishing an attorney-client relationship.