Consumer Law

The Consumer Law Project (CLP) assists with a wide variety of consumer matters.  Persons may be eligible for CLP’s services if they have a legal issue related to:


      - Fraud or unfair business practices in some type of transaction
      - Debt collection, including harassment by creditors, default judgments, and wrongful wage
        garnishment or bank levies
      - Foreclosure
      - Real estate fraud
      - For-profit schools and related student loan debt
      - Financial abuse of an elder or a disabled person
      - Targeting disadvantaged groups for unfair business practices
      - Criminalization of poverty

We do not assist with eviction, lemon law, probate or family law.


The Debtor Assistance Project (DAP) is part of CLP. DAP assists with the following matters:


      - Chapter 7 bankruptcy
      - Adversary proceedings (nondischargeability suits)
      - Reaffirmation hearings