On Wednesday, October 15, 2014, Investor Advocacy Clinic student interns Ryan Corbin, Kori Eskridge, and Kristina Ludwig presented “Fraud Watch 2014: How to Spot and Prevent Investment Fraud” to a group of Georgia State University College of Law students. The event was co-sponsored by the College of Law’s Wealth Management and Estate Planning group. Corbin began by introducing the group and explaining the mission of the Investor Advocacy Clinic. He then explained that anyone with money is a target for investment fraud, driving home the relevance of the presentation. Continue reading
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College of Law Students,
Join the Investor Advocacy Clinic and the Estate Planning and Wealth Management society to learn more about spotting and avoiding investment fraud. On Wednesday, October 15, student interns Ryan Corbin, Kori Eskridge and Kristina Ludwig will present “Fraud Watch 2014″ at the Georgia State University College of Law in Room 100 at noon. Lunch will be provided courtesy of the Estate Planning and Wealth Management society.
This presentations is made possible by a grant from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation.
Interested in an investor education presentation for your organization? Call us at (404) 413.9270 and we would be happy to discuss how the clinic can create a presentation tailored to your audience.