ABA Wins PSLF Suit With Department of Education

The American Bar Association had sued the Department of Education over a dumb, stupid, and ridiculous effort by the Department of Education to change the rules along the way and say attorneys working on behalf of the organization in a charitable capacity were not eligible for Public Service Loan Forgiveness. According to the American Bar … Read more

American Bar Association v. U.S. Department of Education Reaches Conclusion

On February 22, 2019, Judge Timothy Kelly issued an important opinion in America Bar Association v. U.S. Department of Education. The American Bar Association (ABA), suing for itself and four public-service attorneys, accused the Department of Education (DOE) of violating fundamental principles of administrative law when it ruled that the public-service lawyers were ineligible to … Read more

The Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program for Student Loans Turns Nasty Toxic Vile

Just when you thought student loan issues could not get more cruel, you’d be wrong. In 2016 the American Bar Association filed suit against the Department of Education on behalf of four lawyers. The issue arose when these lawyers had received certifications their public service work was counting towards their 120 payments for Public Service … Read more