The People’s Law School will be in session Saturday at the University of Houston Law Center offering free, “user friendly” legal information on a wide-range of subjects. Over the years, more than 50,000 people have attended these classes taught by volunteer judges, lawyers and law professors. Among the subjects covered are: basic insurance law, employment law, finding the law, health insurance law, consumer law, bankruptcy, wills, family law, business law, landlord/tenant law, credit, debt collection, how to work with attorneys, and how to file claims in small claims court. The semi-annual event was originated by Richard M. Alderman, associate dean, Dwight Olds Chair in Law and director of the Center for Consumer Law, who is known to many as "The People's Lawyer." The People’s Law School, sponsored by the Law Center and the Center for Consumer Law, will convene at 8:30 a.m. with classes scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon.