L&CP Symposium 2016 | The Aftermath of Consumer Indebtedness

September 30, 2015

Duke Law's Law and Contemporary Problems journal held a symposium on Consumer Credit in America on September 30, 2016.

Panel 2: The Aftermath of Consumer Indebtedness

• Moderator: Creola Johnson
• Creola Johnson, The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law
Contractual Duplicity: Creditors Force Consumers into Arbitration While Exploiting the Criminal Justice System to Arrest Consumers Who Cannot Pay

• Richard Hynes, University of Virginia School of Law
“Maximum Possible Accuracy” in Credit Reports

• Breno Braga, The Urban Institute
Local Conditions and Debt in Collections

• Michael Sousa, Sturm College of Law - University of Denver
Legal Consciousness Among Consumer Debtors