Angela K. Littwin

  • Professor

Activities

  • Young Bankruptcy Scholars' Work-in-Progress Workshop

    November 20, 2014 – November 21, 2014

    Brooklyn Law School

    Presented An Initial Quantitative Look at Coerced Debt (co-authored with Adrienne Adams). Hosted by American Bankruptcy Institute and Brooklyn Law School.

  • Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy Conference

    November 19, 2014 – November 20, 2014

    Four Seasons Hotel, Austin, TX

    Presented Recent Developments in Student Loans.

  • The (Un)quiet Realist: Building and Reflecting on the Contributions of Bill Whitford / Temple Law Review Symposium

    October 24, 2014

    Temple University Beasley School of Law

    Presented draft of Why Process Consumer Complaints? Then and Now.

  • Texas Council on Family Violence Statewide Conference

    September 24, 2014

    The Tremont House, Galveston, TX

    Invited to present recent coerced debt research findings to audience of domestic violence advocates and attorneys. Presented with Adrienne Adams.

  • South Carolina Legal Services Webinar

    September 4, 2014

    Created and presented three-hour webinar for consumer and family attorneys at South Carolina Legal Services. With Adrienne Adams.

  • Created Video for South Carolina Legal Services' American College of Bankruptcy Video Series

    2014

    Drafted and presented script for 15-minute coerced debt video for domestic violence victims.

  • Texas Council on Family Violence Economic Justice Summit

    June 27, 2014

    The Mills Building, El Paso, TX

    Invited to present recent coerced debt research findings to audience of domestic violence advocates. Presented with Adrienne Adams.

  • Poverty Law Conference, State Bar of Texas

    April 23, 2014 – April 24, 2014

    DoubleTree Hotel Austin, TX

    Holistic Advocacy for the Long Term Stability of Domestic Violence Survivors. Invited to present at CLE session. Presented with Krista DelGallo, Policy Manager, Texas Council on Family Violence (TCFV) and Carla Sanchez-Adams, Staff Attorney, Texas Rio-Grande Legal Services. Housing & Consumer Law Task Force Meeting. Invited to present coerced debt research findings for local consumer and housing attorneys. Presented with Krista DelGallo, Policy Manager, TCFV.

  • Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy Conference

    November 21, 2013 – November 22, 2013

    Four Seasons Hotel, Austin, TX

    Invited to present on Recent Developments Panel and presented Recent Developments in Empirical Consumer Bankruptcy Scholarship.

  • Annual Review of Insolvency Law Conference

    February 8, 2013

    PALAIS DES CONGRÈS DE MONTRÉAL, Montreal, Canada

    Invited to present Escaping Battered Credit: A Proposal for Repairing Credit Reports Damaged by Domestic Violence.

  • Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy Conference

    November 8, 2012 – November 9, 2012

    Four Seasons Hotel, Austin, TX

    Presented Escaping Battered Credit: A Proposal for Repairing Credit Reports Damaged by Domestic Violence.

  • National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Annual Convention

    April 24, 2012 – April 29, 2012

    San Antonio, Texas

    Invited to present The Affordability Paradox: How Consumer Bankruptcy’s Greatest Weakness May Account for its Surprising Success.

  • Conference on Empirical Legal Studies

    December 5, 2011 – December 6, 2011

    Northwestern University School of Law

    Selected through peer review to present Coerced Debt: The Role of Domestic Violence in Consumer Credit.

  • Teaching Consumer Law

    May 21, 2010 – May 22, 2010

    University of Houston Law Center, Center for Consumer Law

    Invited to present on panel entitled The Consumer Debt/Credit Crisis.

  • National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges’ American Bar Association Panel

    2009

    Paris Hotel, Las Vegas

    Invited to present on panel entitled Effectively Assisting Pro Se Filers - A View from the Bench.

  • Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, Community Affairs Research Conference

    2009

    Innovative Financial Services for the Underserved: Opportunities and Outcomes

    Selected to present Beyond Usury: A Study of Credit Card Use and Preference Among Low-Income Consumers.

  • University of Texas-Harvard Joint Conference on Commercial Law Realities

    2009

    University of Texas School of Law

    Selected to present research from the Consumer Bankruptcy Project at invitation-only conference for junior scholars in commercial law.

  • University of Texas-Harvard Joint Conference on Commercial Law Realities

    2008

    Harvard Law School

    Selected to present an overview of the Bankruptcy Internet Data Project at invitation-only conference for junior scholars in commercial law. Hosted jointly by Harvard Law School and University of Texas Law School.

  • Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association

    2007

    Berlin, Germany

    Presented Beyond Usury: A Study of Credit Card Use and Preference Among Low-Income Consumers at Humboldt University, Berlin.

  • University of Texas-Harvard Joint Conference on Commercial Law Realities

    2007

    University of Texas School of Law

    Selected to present Testing the Substitution Hypothesis: Would Credit Card Regulation Force Low-Income Borrowers Into Less Desirable Lending Alternatives? at invitation-only conference for junior scholars in commercial law.

  • Award

    2006

    American Bankruptcy Law Journal Fellow

    Competitively selected as an American Bankruptcy Law Journal Fellow by the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges. Attended the Annual Meeting of the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges as the Judges' guest.

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