Peterson to Join New Federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Christopher Peterson, Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, will take a two year public service leave of absence from the college to accept a position with the new federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. 

 Peterson, one of the nation’s leading experts on payday lending, will join the bureau’s enforcement division, which a Salt Lake Tribune article said is “charged with regulating everything from credit cards to mortgages.”

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