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Quarterly Report
Vol. 71, No. 3
Letter from the Editors
 
Alvin C. Harrell Tribute
 
Committee Elects New Governing Committee Members
 
Conference on Consumer Finance Law 2017 Frederick Fisher Memorial Program: Too Much or Too Little, is the CFBP Exercising its Enforcement Power with Appropriate Restraint?
 
The Moderator’s View of the Fisher Program: The Good, The Bad, and a Critique of Consent Orders as Precedent
by John Chiles
Appropriate Mission, Poor Execution: A Retrospective of the CFPB’s Enforcement Activities
by Michael A. Benoit
CFPB Enforcement: Too Much, Too Little, or Just Right?
by James M. Milano
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