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Consumer law center offering free workshop on October 7

People's Law School program will offer resources for West Virginia consumers and veterans.

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.—The Center for Consumer Law and Education will present a free public workshop on October 7 from 6-8 p.m. at the Kanawha County Public Library in Charleston, West Virginia.

Titled “10 Things You Should Know About Consumer Law and Where to Get Help,” the workshop will be led by Jonathan Marshall, director of the CCLE. Dinner will be provided.

A representative from the West Virginia University Veterans Advocacy Law Clinic will also be present to answer questions from veterans about available resources and services.

This is the first in a series of state-wide consumer workshops that the CCLE is calling the People’s Law School.

The Center for Consumer Law and Education is a joint partnership between Marshall University and the West Virginia University College of Law. Established in 2018, its mission is to serve as a consumer law, policy, education, and support resource for the state and the nation.

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jj/9/27/19

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