Loan Ranger to conduct workshop: “Defending Florida Residential Foreclosure”

Published: March 16th, 2009

Category: News

The media has dubbed her the “Foreclosure Killer,” the “Angel of Foreclosure” and the “Loan Ranger.” Her clients just call her “awesome.” On March 28 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. April Charney, a renowned foreclosure defense attorney with the Jacksonville Area Legal Aid Inc., will conduct a daylong workshop “Defending Residential Foreclosures” at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. Land use and foreclosure attorneys, students and legal personnel are invited to attend.

The workshop, being held in Holland Hall room 359, is presented by The Florida Bar Foundation Public Interest Law Fellows and the UF Center for Governmental Responsibility. The event provides nine general CLE credits, two ethics hours and nine hours toward the Florida Bar Real Estate Certification. Preregistration cost for EJCBA members is $50, non-EJCBA members $75, government, 501(c)(3) personnel or paralegals accompanied by a supervising attorney $25 and $5 for students. After March 20, registration fees increase by $15. Charney requests that all participants of this workshop commit to provide 20 hours of pro bono legal service.

To learn more or to register for this event, co-sponsored by the 8th Judicial Circuit Bar Association, UF Real Property Law Association, Association for Public Interest Law and the UF Journal of Law & Public Policy, visit www.law.ufl.edu/cgr/fellowship.shtml.