March 25, 2008
Consumer Law Conference at the University of Houston Law Center
More than 30 experts from around the world will converge in Houston on May 23rd and 24th, 2008 to discuss issues of importance to any comsumer law professor at a conference entitled "Teaching Consumer Law -- The Who, What, Where, Why, When and How."
The conference will look at issues such as: what materials should be used in teaching consumer law; alternative teaching methods; new developments in consumer law; innovative ways to look at traditional consumer problems; global approaches to consumer regulation; and how consumers can collect attorneys fees.
This conference comes with a special bonus: conference participants are invited to watch the Houston Astros play the Philadelphia Phillies. Information and a registration form are available here or you can call Professor Richard Alderman at 713-743-2165.
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