The American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers was established to:
- promote public understanding of consumer financial services law through education;
- advance the quality of consumer financial services law and its practice;
- enhance the professional development of its members; and
- accord recognition to contributors to the field.
Our members include academics, present and former federal and state regulatory and
enforcement officers, authors in the field, private practitioners, counsel for financial
institutions and other service providers, and representatives of consumer protection
organizations. Our members nominate attorneys who have made significant contributions
to the field of law for admission to the College.