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What to Do When You Believe(d) Your Student Loans Were Discharged in a Prior Bankruptcy

There are a ton of people who believed their student loans were discharged when they loans were simply listed in their bankruptcy.  It may have been years before the private student loan companies started to communicate with the borrowers to … Continue reading

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Six Things You Should Know About Student Loan Forbearances

If you run into trouble paying your student loan, chances are you’ve been told to “just go on forbearance.”  Here are five reasons that is a terrible idea in many cases: The client I just finished speaking with has had … Continue reading

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McGeorge wins 2018 ABA Law Student Division Negotiation Competition

McGeorge School of Law won the 2018 ABA Law Student Division National Negotiation Competition on Saturday, Feb. 4 at ABA Headquarters in Chicago. This year’s topic was national security law. The ABA Law Student Division Negotiation Competition provides a means … Continue reading

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Student Loan Nightmare: Navient accused of misleading students about loan forgiveness

One of our PSLF class actions against the largest student loan servicer in the United States, Navient, was profiled by ABC Action News here in Tampa last week.  Our clients are finding they have to basically start all over with … Continue reading

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Leveraging The Power of Student Groups

For podium immprofs, covering everything of interest in the basic Immigration Law course can be a challenge. It's a struggle to find the right balance between depth and breadth. Student groups can help. At the University of North Dakota School… … Continue reading

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