Are you interested in learning more about running a consumer bankruptcy practice? Interested in speaking with leading bankruptcy law firms about the law and their experiences assisting the under-served?
American Consumer Bankruptcy College ("ACBC") exists to develop the best practices in consumer bankruptcy law in the United States. At the leading edge of consumer bankruptcy law topics, members of the ACBC are selected based on their contributions in the areas of public relations, technology, customer service and other vital parts of the practice. Contributions to the consumer bankruptcy law practice have been made in several key areas. The most widely-used credit counseling and debt education software in the nation was created by ACBC members, as were two of the largest counseling organizations (Hummingbird and DECAF).
A soon to be released version of bankruptcy law practice management software (BKExpress) was created at the behest of the ACBC. The first nationwide consumer rights practice in the country was co-created by ACBC members. ACBC members are also actively involved in NACBA, NCLC and many other member organizations contributing to the protection of the rights of the lower and middle class in our country. ACBC members have represented the rights of poor people and appeared on television, radio and in print in such prestigious publications as the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, National Public Radio (NPR), ABC News, and the Huffington Post. Feel free to contact any of the member firms (by clicking on the links to the right) to learn more about our members and the ACBC.