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Thank You to Nathalie Martin

posted by Bob Lawless

The Credit Slips crew wants to thank Professor Nathalie Martin, of the University of New Mexico School of Law for joining us a guest blogger. Professor Martin attracted some attention around the blogosphere with her post on the reality of how collection law treats Social Security benefits and other public benefits. She does a lot of great work on financial literacy and education, and we hope our readers benefited from hearing about her efforts. Her post about her colleagues' reaction to one of her financial education seminars is a classic.


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