Conference on Consumer Finance Law
The Conference on Consumer Finance Law

Annual Consumer Financial Services Conference

May 15-16, 2017 | Loyola University Chicago School of Law | Chicago, Illinois
Nov. 2-3, 2017 | Texas A&M University School of Law | Ft. Worth, Texas
Publishers of the Quarterly Report
About the Conference

This is a two-day conference. We believe this will maximize the use of your time, and focus our Program on only the highest quality of presentations, on the most pertinent issues.

On the first day, we will address issues common to many types of companies, or of general interest.

On the second day, we will have two separate tracks in the morning.

Track One on Day 2 will address mortgage lending and servicing issues. Track Two will address debt collection and bankruptcy issues.

We will then meet together in the afternoon for final presentations on issues of common interest.

CLE Credits to Be Provided

12 hours CLE credit of MCLE, including 1 hour of ethics, will be given to Program attendees.

Conference Materials

Conference Brochure

Last Year's Agenda

We will also be holding an Annual Conference at Texas A&M University School of Law in downtown Ft. Worth on November 2-3, 2017. Details and registration information will be available this summer.


Planned Loyola Program

(See full program with speakers)

Day One: Monday, May 15
(Morning - Common Track)

Fair Lending
Update on the CFPB
CFPB's Evolving Interpretation of RESPA Section 8


Track One - Mortgage Finance

Mortgage Servicing Litigation
Mortgage Servicing Compliance

Track Two - Regulation

Regulatory Implications for Fintech
State Regulations
Regulatory Thoughts on Alternative Credit

Day Two: Tuesday, May 16
(Common Track)

Regulatory Implications for the Use of Social Media in Online Marketing
Auto Finance/CFPB Regs
Innovation and Ethics


Various sponsorship packages are available. Please email

About the Conference on Consumer Finance Law

The Conference on Consumer Finance Law (CCFL) is a non-profit organization founded in 1926 by members of the legal profession and the financial services industry to offer educational services, publications and research relating to consumer financial services law.

A Governing Committee of members establishes policies and directs the activities of the CCFL.

The CCFL publishes the Consumer Finance Law Quarterly Report, a law journal that examines legislation, regulations, court decisions and related legal developments in the consumer financial services industry.

The CCFL sponsors the Frederick Fisher Memorial Program, a debate among industry representatives, consumer advocates and government officials on a topical issue affecting consumer finance. This program is offered annually in conjunction with the American Bar Association Consumer Financial Services Committee at the spring meeting of the Business Law Section.

Hotel Accommodations and Conference Facilities

Chicago Hotel Accommodations: The Whitehall Hotel | (312) 944-6300

A block of rooms has been reserved at The Whitehall Hotel, 105 E. Delaware Place, Chicago, a 4-star hotel conveniently located three blocks from the Law School. There is a special rate of $219 + tax per night for May 14-15. Click here to book online or call the hotel directly and ask for In-House Reservations and mention "FINLAW" to get the special rate. You must book by April 14 to get the special rate.

The Conference will be held at Loyola University Chicago School of Law's Power Rogers and Smith Courtroom (see photo) or the Amon G. Carter Lecture Hall at Texas A&M University School of Law, with the Track Two breakout sessions in another classroom.

How to Register

$495 before April 14, 2017
$595 on/after April 14, 2017

*$100 off for Additional Registrants from same company or law firm

Option 1. You can download and complete the Registration Form, and mail it with your check made payable to "Conference on Consumer Finance Law," or your signed and completed Credit or Debit Card Authorization. See form for details.

Option 2. Register online by clicking the button below.


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