The Consumer Law Educational Events Series includes the nation’s preeminent in-person conferences and trainings for consumer attorneys, produced by National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) and the National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA). The CLEE series provides comprehensive training regarding critical issues in consumer law, including the latest developments and trends; strategies and tactics for effectively representing your clients; and opportunities to network with and learn from the leaders in the field.

NCLC/NACA Consumer Law Educational Events Series (CLEES)
Spring Training

The Spring Training is in-depth, skill-based training for intermediate and advanced consumer attorneys, providing a “deep dive” in to into three focused tracks led by experienced NACA attorneys in partnership with NCLC experts, additional pre-training events, and facilitated networking opportunities to build relationships with colleagues in your area(s) of focus.

NCLC/NACA Consumer Law Educational Events Series (CLEES)
Summer Mortgage & Foreclosure Law Conference

The Summer Mortgage and Foreclosure Law Conference features expert-led sessions on the fundamentals of mortgage law and the latest updates in foreclosure prevention policies and practices, preparing advocates to take on the most pressing issues facing vulnerable homeowners.

NCLC/NACA Consumer Law Educational Events Series (CLEES)
Consumer Rights Litigation Conference (CRLC) and Class Action Symposium

The Consumer Rights Litigation Conference (CRLC) is a comprehensive convening of, by, and for the entire consumer law community, with extensive networking events, substantive engagement opportunities, and 60+ detailed training sessions covering every major area of consumer rights law for advocates at every level of experience, from new attorneys to seasoned practitioners. 

The Class Action Symposium is for experienced consumer class action practitioners, addressing emerging developments and evolving practices, including noteworthy judicial rulings, evidentiary challenges, proposed rules changes, developments in class administration, and new ethical issues of particular importance in complex litigation cases.