Call for Papers: American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers

September 22, 2016 at 11:30 pm Leave a comment

The American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers invite submissions for its 2017 writing competition.  Submissions are due December 1, 2016.  Awards will be given out for best book, best article, chapter, or substantial book review, and best student note or comment.  Eligible entries must discuss a topic related to consumer financial services.

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Topics: Calls for Papers; Consumer & Financial Services Law. 


Entry filed under: Calls for Papers, Consumer & Financial Services Law.

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