Student Loan Strategies in a Shifting Policy Landscape

Wednesday, May 22, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Pacific via ZOOM

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No CLE credit will be provided for this program

Meet the Speaker

Latife Neu


Neu Law, PLLC

About the Program

This program, geared toward lawyers who want to understand their student loan options, will discuss: 

  • Deciphering the type of loans at issue, and why this distinction matters
  • Navigating repayment in the face of fast-changing federal loan programs 
  • Managing private student loans
  • Refinancing, settlement, and avoiding scams

Submit your questions in advance by Monday, May 20 using this form.

This program is presented by the Barristers Section chaired by Jasmine Gomez and vice chaired by Rume DIamreyan. Find out more at

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