Student loan reform: Rights under the law, incentives under contract, and mission failure under ed

Prentiss Cox, Kathleen Engel

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Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)357-424
Number of pages68
JournalHarvard Journal on Legislation
Issue number2
StatePublished - 2021

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We are grateful to those who gave us invaluable comments on this article. They include Kate Elengold, Jonathan Glater, Dalie Jimenez, Bonnie Latreille, Deanne Loonin, and participants at the 2019 APPEAL, Law and Society, and International Association of Consumer Law conferences and the 2017 University of Utah College of Law Conference: Financing the Future: The Law and Politics of Student Debt in American Higher Education. Diane D’Angelo at Suffolk University Law School and Scott Dewey at the University of Minnesota Law School were extremely helpful as we embarked on this project. We also thank David Brackman for his research assistance. And, we are most grateful to Michaela Liesenberg, who provided stellar research assistance. In thanking people, we are not suggesting that they endorse the arguments that we have made in the article. All errors are ours alone.

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