Elder Consumer Protection Program hosts train the trainer workshop for elder advocates

Tami Lucero of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Office for Older Americans in Washington, D.C., spoke at Stetson. by Brandon Robinson, Elder Consumer Protection Fellow. Stetson University College of Law’s Elder Consumer Protection Program hosted a Money Smart Train-the-Trainer Workshop on March 29 for elder advocates. Tami Lucero of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Office for Older Americans in Washington, D.C., presented on how to… » Read more


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Stetson’s Elder Consumer Protection Program presents a national symposium on combating crimes against seniors

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