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Mizzou Law Co-sponsoring Consumer Empowerment Event

Mizzou Law students will discuss their research on local laws at a Consumer Empowerment Event co-sponsored by the law school, MU School of Social Work and Love INC, a Columbia-area nonprofit organization. The goal of the event is to help the public understand their legal rights in financial matters such as debt, credit and bankruptcy. Three sessions will be held on…

California Supreme Court Cites Article by Professor Schmitz in Consumer Loan Ruling

The California Supreme Court cited Professor Amy J. Schmitz’s article, Embracing Unconscionability’s Safety Net Function, 58 ALA. L. REV. 73-117, in unanimously holding that interest rates may render a consumer loan unconscionable even in the absence of a statutory interest rate cap. The court and the amicus brief filed by the consumer advocacy organizations relied on Professor Schmitz’s analysis of…