Conference on Personal Finance Law
CONFERENCE ON PERSONAL FINANCE LAW
The Conference on Personal Finance Law was founded in 1927 to encourage study, research, and education in the area of personal finance law. Its members are lawyers. The conference disseminates information on the history and current status of laws and regulations pertaining to personal finance, provides a forum for exchange of views on the subject among lawyers in the hope of stimulating improvement of legal procedures, and fosters sound development of consumer finance through education and publication. The conference stages an annual argument before the supreme court of the mythical state of Franklin in order to dramatize an important issue in the field of consumer credit.
The conference publishes Quarterly Report and programs and briefs related to the annual argument, which is staged during the american bar association annual meeting.
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