Consumer Debt Volunteer Attorney Training

Description

These training materials will introduce basic consumer debt law and how an attorney advises on this topic in a hotline setting. The goal of the training is to provide information to assist volunteers in taking calls from clients with consumer debt issues.

NOTE: This presentation is intended as attorney training, and should not be construed as legal advice for a non-attorney with a specific legal issue. The materials provide general information on a broad topic. Individuals with questions about a specific legal issue should call the CARPLS hotline at 312.738.9200.

MCLE Credit

This training is worth 1.00 hours of general MCLE credit.

To request MCLE credit for viewing these materials in their entirety, please fill out the form below.

Questions?

If you have questions about the training for the presenter or any technical problems with viewing the training materials, please contact Leslie Wallin at gro.s1490898668lprac1490898668@nill1490898668awl1490898668 or 312.421.4427.

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