Irvine clinic will monitor banks' compliance with foreclosure settlement

, The National Law Journal


Students at the University of California, Irvine School of Law will serve as watchdogs over a major California foreclosure settlement with five banks as part of a new law clinic.

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  • B Martin

    Thanks for the revision.

  • B Martin

    I'm brand new here, and I don't know yet if other comments have been posted. I think it's wonderful that Kamala Harris has enlisted volunteers from the appropriate school to help, but I have to ask- 18 Million??? i had thought it was 12 Billion. With a B. Less the 140 Million that has been appropriated "help homeowners access the benefits and funds due to them". Did I miss something in the article?

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