News Tag: Student Debt Reform

January 14, 2019

Justice for All and the Critical Role of Advocacy

Over the CBF’s first 70 years, advocacy at the federal, state and local levels has been a central part of our overall efforts to improve access to justice and make the legal system more fair and accessible for all. It has been quite a ride and has made a real difference, growing each year and with each new challenge.

So, what’s next, and why is it going to be even more important going forward?

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December 13, 2018

Educational Debt and Access to Justice: An Increasingly Toxic Brew

We occasionally get the question: why do you work on student debt reform isn’t the CBF’s advocacy focused on improving access to the justice system? In fact, mounting student loan debt in the United States is directly related to access to justice, and addressing it is a key strategy in leveling the playing field in […]

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August 12, 2016

We Want Your Feedback on the Student Debt Crisis

The CBF Advocacy Committee is exploring the potential for a comprehensive legislative solution to the student debt crisis. We’d like to get your feedback on our draft memorandum, which includes guiding principles, an overview of the current state of the problem, and an outline of proposed solutions. Let us know what you think by contacting Angela Inzano.

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