Business Development

How to Become a Successful Student Loan Lawyer

There are 1.6 trillion dollars in outstanding student loans in the U.S. that affect forty-four million Americans. As attorneys, we need to have a basic knowledge of how to assist our clients in the handling of this type of debt and how to best explain options.

The student loan problem is often very confusing and misunderstood by the student loan borrower as well as the public in general. The student loan debt problem is multi-generational, and potential clients are present in all age groups

How to Become a Successful Student Loan Lawyer

Thursday, December 5, 2019, 2:00pm EST

Private Members: $50
Legal Aid, Military, and Public Interest Members: $30
Nonmembers: $90 (Nonmembers must be verified to purchase the webinar. Please email training@consumeradvocates.org to start the verification process.)

There are 1.6 trillion dollars in outstanding student loans in the U.S. that affect forty-four million Americans. As attorneys, we need to have a basic knowledge of how to assist our clients in the handling of this type of debt and how to best explain options. 

Workflows to Automate Your Solo Practice

Standard productivity hacks don't cut it when you alone are responsible for an entire law practice. This session will cover strategies to create repeatable, step-by-step workflows to run your business, providing several example workflows on how to automate the process of attracting and booking new clients. This webinar will have the opportunity for interaction, where attendees will also be able to ask questions or share workflows and automation techniques that are working for them.

NACA Tax Initiative

Registration Information

Member: $0
Nonmember: $260

Webinars

•    Tax Implications of Attorneys' Fees in Consumer Cases
•    1099s and Attorneys' Fees
•    Trees and Fruit: How Fee Agreements May Change the Taxation of Attorneys' Fees
•    NACA Tax Initiative

Developing a Consumer Law Practice

Webinars

  • How Consumer Law Specialties Choose You
  • How to set up a Successful Mortgage Practice
  • Building your FDCPA Practice Using your Current Stock of Consumer Debt Work
  • How to set up a Successful FCRA Practice

Why These Videos Are Helpful

Are you considering starting your own consumer law firm or have you just recently started your firm? Are you thinking about transitioning into another sub-specialty of consumer protection law?

How to Build an FCRA Practice

The recent catastrophic Equifax data breach thrust the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) into the spotlight. Perhaps your phone is ringing with calls and questions—or maybe you're still wondering where all the good FCRA cases are. If you're relatively new to consumer law or have been practicing for a while, but can't figure out how to break into doing FCRA cases, this webinar is for you. Learn from two experienced consumer lawyers who successfully transitioned into FCRA cases in the last few years, and start your plan to make FCRA part of your consumer practice.

You Won Your Case; Now What? Collecting Consumer Clients’ Judgments

Sometimes consumer advocates win a case, but the defendant doesn’t pay. As a community, we need to do a better job of collecting our clients’ judgments. Not every judgment is collectible, but after this webinar, you will be able to identify which ones to pursue. This webinar is an introduction to the basic tools and strategies that you can use when pursuing payment after obtaining a judgment.

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