On March 4 and 5, 2021, the Consumer Law Review of Loyola University Chicago School of Law will hold a symposium on issues involving racial justice in consumer law.  The symposium will consist of three panel discussions, with each panel discussion followed by a Q&A session.  Chris Willis, co-chair of Ballard Spahr’s Consumer Financial Services Group, will be a member of the second panel.

The first panel discussion is titled “Antiracist Policy in Consumer Law” and will take place on March 4.  The discussion will focus on antiracist policy arising in the various areas of consumer law.

The second and third panel discussions will take place on March 5.  The second panel discussion, titled “Racial Inequity in Lending Practices,” will examine the issue of racial disparity in lending from a range of perspectives.

The third panel discussion, titled “The Government’s Role in Consumer Protection,” will look at the government’s role in protecting consumers in the areas of housing, healthcare, and business.

For information about all panel members and to register, click here.