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2018 Fall Litigation Boot Camp

“NCBA’s Litigation Bootcamp is a fantastic opportunity to up-train Associates on their collection litigation skills. I sent two Associates to NCBA’s first Litigation Boot Camp, and they both still talk about how much they learned and how valuable attending was for them.” - Yale Levy, Levy & Associates, LLC, President, NCBA

11/12/2018
When: November 12, 2018
9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Where: Washington University School of Law
1 Brookings Dr.
St. Louis, Missouri  63130
United States
Contact: Laura Winn
202-861-0706


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2018 Fall Litigation Boot Camp

National Creditors Bar Association Litigation Boot Camp is an essential education offering from National Creditors Bar Association Legal Learning. Stay at the cutting edge of developments in our industry by gaining the tactical know-how to use legal action as a means of debt collection. This seminar is designed especially for the new attorney or any attorney looking for a refresher in the nuts and bolts of litigating creditor claims. This intensive 6 hour program of CLE will be presented by a National Creditors Bar Association faculty of experienced trial attorneys - a full day of knowledge, CLE credits and know-how to serve your clients!

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