Students in the Clinic gain extensive experience interviewing clients, analyzing loan documents, drafting complaints, drafting and responding to discovery requests, conducting and defending depositions, negotiating with opposing counsel, arguing motions, conducting trials, and engaging in long-term case strategizing. Students also have the opportunity to engage in bankruptcy and transactional work; to participate in the Clinic’s Debt Collection Project; and, on occasion, to work on legislative initiatives and impact litigation.
How to enroll:
Students wishing to enroll in this clinic must enroll in the Predatory Lending and Consumer Protection Clinical Workshop A (fall) or B (spring).
For information about PLP, please contact Roger Bertling, firstname.lastname@example.org, (617) 390-2572