Announcing Publication of Winning Articles In
The First Annual Craig Jordan Consumer Protection Writing Competition
In 2014, the Consumer and Commercial Law Section established the Craig Jordan Consumer Protection Writing Competition. This competition was established to honor the life of Craig Jordan, a section founder and respected nationally recognized consumer protection attorney.
In 2015, the section held the first annual competition and announced its first and second place winners whose articles are now published in the Journal of Consumer & Commercial Law.
First place went to Amanda Brett Ethridge (SMU Dedman School of Law) for her article, “Too Qualified or Not Qualified Enough,” discussing the Mortgage Reform and Anti-Predatory Lending Act of 2010. Second place was awarded to Lauren Fisher Flores (University of Houston Law Center) for her article, “Notario Fraud – Protecting the Vulnerable Among Us.”
Take time to read these interesting and valuable articles – as well as the Journal in its entirety.
Additionally you may download the rules here.
See Journal here