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Students Challenge Education Department’s Latest Scheme to Deny Student-Loan Relief | Press Release

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Project on Predatory Student Lending

Florida For-Profit Colleges Sued for Selling Predatory Product and Targeting Black Students | Press Release

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Project on Predatory Student Lending

Student Borrower Class Forces Department of Education to Process All Pending Borrower Defense Claims | Press Release

Harvard Law Project Sues Justice Department Over For-Profit Schools Data | Pittsburgh Business Times

A clinic at Harvard Law School is suing the U.S. Department of Justice for withholding documents that may help students of for-profit colleges get federal education loans canceled, and it stems from a 2015 settlement between the DOJ and Pittsburgh-based Education Management Corp., according to the Washington Post.

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Harvard Law Clinic Sues DOJ Over For-Profit College Case Files | The Washington Post

The Project on Predatory Student Lending at Harvard Law School is suing the Justice Department for withholding documents that could help for-profit college students get their federal education loans canceled.

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Neg Reg Gets Real | Politico

A negotiated rulemaking committee reconvenes today to continue hammering out defense against repayment regulations, but borrower advocates are already fuming at the new proposed language put forth by Education Department officials ahead of today’s session.

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Update | January 30th ITT Bankruptcy Hearing

On Monday, January 30, the judge in ITT’s bankruptcy granted former ITT students’ request that they be recognized as having filed a group claim despite the trustee’s objection, and recognized the Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School as students’ counsel for this initial stage of their case.

School’s Out | Breaking Views

Former students have filed a $7.3 billion class-action lawsuit asking to be named creditors in the school’s liquidation, which could open the door to federal debt forgiveness.

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Nearly 4,500 American Career Institute Students Are Receiving $30 Million in Debt Relief | Mass Live

Almost 4,500 Massachusetts students who attended the for-profit American Career Institute are set to receive $30 million in debt relief from the U.S. Department of Education.

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New Student Lawsuit Details ITT Tech Scam | Huffington Post

Former students from across the country today filed a blockbuster lawsuit against the collapsed for-profit college giant ITT Tech.

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Forging a Path to Debt Cancellation for Former ITT Tech Students | Harvard Law

On Jan. 3, the Project on Predatory Student Lending of the Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School filed a 7.3 billion dollar class action lawsuit in the bankruptcy proceedings of ITT Tech, one of the country’s largest for-profit college chains, on behalf of a proposed class of hundreds of thousands of former ITT Tech students in all 37 states in which the now defunct college had operated.

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New Student Lawsuit Details ITT Tech Scam | Huffington Post

Former students from across the country today filed a blockbuster lawsuit against the collapsed for-profit college giant ITT Tech. The students’ complaint, seeking to intervene in the ongoing bankruptcy proceeding filed by the company, draws on testimonials from hundreds of students — veterans, single mothers, and more — who say they were deceived and abused by ITT.

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Forging a Path to Debt Cancellation for Former ITT Tech Students | Harvard Law Today

On Jan. 3, the Project on Predatory Student Lending of the Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School filed a 7.3 billion dollar class action lawsuit in the bankruptcy proceedings of ITT Tech, one of the country’s largest for-profit college chains, on behalf of a proposed class of hundreds of thousands of former ITT Tech students in all 37 states in which the now defunct college had operated.

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