Victoria Sahani, Assistant Professor of Law at Washington and Lee University School of Law, was recently published in Law 360 with her play-by-play of a new Indiana law regulating consumer legal funding. The regulations, which went into effect July 1, were a result of legislation passed this spring.
Sahani, who joined the ARC Advisory Council in 2015, is a well-respected expert on the topic of consumer legal funding, who just published her latest paper on the topic last year. In the Law 360 article, Sahani shows how Indiana law “[upholds] consumer choice while introducing protective measures.”
Read the full text article HERE.