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Teaching Consumer Law Conference May 30-31 in Santa Fe

posted by Nathalie Martin

Still looking for a conference to attend this May? Come to beautiful Santa Fe and learn the latest and greatest about teaching consumer law. This conference features speakers from around the world. More specifically, On May 30–31, the Center for Consumer Law at the University of Houston Law Center, in cooperation with the University of New Mexico and the National Association of Consumer Advocates, will present the only international conference dedicated to the teaching of consumer law.

More than 25 presenters will discuss issues related to teaching consumer law, establishing a consumer law program, as well as substantive issues regarding U.S. and international consumer law. Registration is still open but don't delay. A Conference brochure and Registration form is available here.  The Conference will be held at the Hilton Santa Fe Plaza Hotel, in historic Santa Fe, New Mexico. Santa Fe is truly “the city different,”and according to some, is the #2 travel destination in the U.S. Here is a guide to Santa Fe we have prepared.

 

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