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The 2022 Student Loan Law Workshop™

To better meet your needs, we now offer Virtual Events. These workshops can be accessed from anywhere and are conducted in 2 full-day interactive online events. They are typically Thursday and Friday with some start times shifted to allow for a more reasonable start time for those on the West Coast.

Each workshop is limited to 20 people so register today to save your seat!

Go to the Dates & Pricing Page. Scroll down to check dates and start times for workshops. Some start later, for West Coast convenience. Select the date of your choice to register.

  • Switch dates as necessary…No change fees!
  • Attorneys and Financial Advisors $995
  • Paralegals $495
  • Special prices available for 3 or more attendees from the same firm.
  • Custom workshops available for groups of 5 or more!

Get 15.5 Florida CLEs

Attend a workshop before Nov 30, 2022.

Reserve your spot today!

Choose a date CLEs by State

Developed for the legal and financial communities, we focus on student loans, their financial impact, problems, fixes and options, both legal and non-legal.

Part 1 and 2 of the workshop covers the following for both lawyers and financial advisors

  • Part 1 and 2 of the workshop is suitable for both lawyers and financial advisor
  • Part 3 and 4 have separate agendas for Legal Professionals and Financial Advisors

Part 1: The Basics of Student Loans

  • The history of student loans, loan lifecycle and loan types
  • Federal Student Loans: The Entities Involved and Types of Federal Loans Introduction to the NSLDS
  • Administrative Discharge
  • Repayment Plans

Part 2: Forgiveness, Default and Practical Forgiveness Plans

  • Default Consequences
  • Curing Default
  • Deferments & Forbearances
  • Practical Application – Real-World Examples with the Student Loan Toolbox

For Legal Professionals

Part 3L: The Legal Aspect of Student Loans

  • Private Student Loan Options Prior to Litigation
  • Defending Student Loan Litigation – Private & Federal Loans
  • Student Loan Adversaries in Bankruptcy
  • Student Loans & Collections

Part 4L: Collections, Credit and Practice Management

  • Private Student Loan Options Prior to Litigation
  • Defending Student Loan Litigation – Private & Federal Loans
  • Marketing
  • Monetizing your Student Loan Practice
  • Options for your Business Model

For Financial Advisors

Part 3F: The Financial Aspect of Student Loans - Private Student Loans

  • Student Loans & Financial Bankruptcy
  • Student Loans & Collections
  • Student Loans & Credit

Part 4F: Planning, Marketing and Money

  • Planning to avoid Student Loan Debt
  • Scholarships and untapped funds
  • Marketing
  • Monetizing your Student Loan Practice

Previously attended a workshop? That’s ok. This workshop has:

  • Expanded content on previously discussed topics
  • The increasing landscape of Bankruptcy and Student Loan resolution”
  • How Financial Advisors can reduce their client’s need for Student Loans
  • New software to make it easier to do business
  • Updated ways to incorporate student loan services into your practice

As a returning graduate, you get 10% off. See the schedule of workshops and register for the location that works best for you! 

Contact Josh at jcohen@thestudentloanlawyer.com for the discount code.

This seminar is led by “The Student Loan Lawyer™” who has been featured on Bloomberg, CNN, NPR, and Fox News, to name a few. Attorney Cohen has been helping individuals across the country with their student loans since 2008 and has trained more than 300 attorneys.

Why is a lawyer leading this seminar?

Joshua R. I. Cohen, The Student Loan Lawyer, has recognized that most student loan issues are financial in nature, not legal. However, the process of determining a person’s options and how to enact them is buried in regulations and legal speak. He will unwind the legal speak and break the items down into easily understandable options you can include with your services, making you more valuable to your clients. And, if there turns out to be a legal issue, you know the expert to go to!

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