Randy just returned from the 2012 Spring Collection Conference, hosted by the National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys, in San Diego.
The National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys is a trade association dedicated to serving law firms engaged in the business of consumer debt collection. NARCA’s mission is to preserve and protect the integrity and viability of legal collections with professionalism, ethical actions, and service oriented approach.
The NARCA Spring Collection Conference features three days of professional education. Sessions are geared especially for:
Attorneys whose practice includes the legal collection of consumer debt
Collection/Operations Manager Track
Buyers and sellers of consumer debt
In-house Counsel for Credit Grantors, and Debt Buyers.
NARCA’s Articles of Incorporation state the following purposes for which the corporation is organized:
- To further promote the image and function of the legal profession engaged in the collection of consumer debt, creditor rights, creditor representation in bankruptcy and related areas of the laws pertaining to consumer credit.
- To educate the public and members of the credit and collection industry as to all aspects of the consumer collection industry.
- To provide an interchange of ideas for the members.
- To provide meetings, seminars and publications to further the purposes of the Association.
- To encourage and promote the adoption of legislation in the various states and in the United States favorable to the consumer collection industry, the attorney engaged in retail debt collection and the rights of the credit-granting public.
- To gather and disseminate information and material relative to consumer credit which may be valuable to the members of the Association and the general public.
- To elevate the standards and improve the practice and ethics of consumer collection law.
- To foster among its members a feeling of fraternity and mutual confidence.
- To encourage, foster and advance professional practices and ethical conduct among its members.