More than 30 speakers from five continents will gather in Houston for the 5th ‘Teaching Consumer Law Conference’ on May 21-22. The conference is designed for anyone teaching or interested in teaching consumer law, including full-time and adjunct professors. Topics range from using the consumer debt/credit crisis as a teaching tool (to be covered by Geraint Howells of the University of Manchester in England) to “how to add arbitration to consumer law curricula” (to be covered by the Law Center’s Richard Alderman, Associate Dean and Director of the Center for Consumer Law at the Law Center). The Consumer Law Center is hosting the conference in cooperation with the National Association of Consumer Advocates, with underwriting support from the Houston firm of Moriarty Lyendecker Erben P.C. It all starts on Friday, May 21, at the Marriott Houston West Loop Hotel, 1750 West Loop South near the Galleria. For more information or to register, visit http://www.law.uh.edu/ccl/homepage.html. For information on financial help to attend the conference, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.