Angela K. Littwin

University of Texas School of Law

Assistant Professor

727 East Dean Keeton Street

Austin, TX 78705

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

10

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Scholarly Papers (10)

1.

Did Bankruptcy Reform Fail? An Empirical Study of Consumer Debtors

American Bankruptcy Law Journal, Vol. 82, pp. 349-406, 2008, U of Michigan Law & Economics, Olin Working Paper No. 08-023, U of Michigan Public Law Working Paper No. 133, U Illinois Law & Economics Research Paper No. LE08-034, U of Texas Law, Law and Econ Research Paper No. 136, Harvard Law and Economics Discussion Paper, U Iowa Legal Studies Research Paper No. 08-50
Number of pages: 59 Posted: 07 Nov 2008 Last Revised: 14 Jun 2016
University of Illinois College of Law, University of Texas School of Law, University of California - Irvine School of Law, University of Michigan Law School, University of Idaho and Harvard Law School
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Citation 8

Abstract:

2007 Consumer Bankruptcy Project, bankruptcy reform, consumer debtors, credit risk, predatory lending

2.

Beyond Usury: A Study of Credit Card Use and Preference Among Low-Income Consumers

Texas Law Review, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 60 Posted: 07 Mar 2007 Last Revised: 12 Aug 2008
Angela K. Littwin
University of Texas School of Law
Downloads 1,035 (15,280)
Citation 3

Abstract:

empirical research, credit, credit cards, consumer law, usury

3.

Testing the Substitution Hypothesis: Would Credit Card Regulation Force Low-Income Borrowers Into Less Desirable Lending Alternatives?

Number of pages: 65 Posted: 17 Sep 2007 Last Revised: 14 Oct 2008
Angela K. Littwin
University of Texas School of Law
Downloads 397 (56,068)

Abstract:

consumer credit, empirical research, credit cards, pawn shops, rent-to-own stores

4.

Coerced Debt: The Role of Consumer Credit in Domestic Violence

California Law Review, Vol. 100, pp. 1-74, 2012
Number of pages: 73 Posted: 20 Jun 2011 Last Revised: 02 Jun 2012
Angela K. Littwin
University of Texas School of Law
Downloads 300 (59,700)

Abstract:

domestic violence, credit, credit cards, mortgage

5.

The Affordability Paradox: How Consumer Bankruptcy’s Greatest Weakness May Account for Its Surprising Success

William & Mary Law Review, Vol. 52, pp. 1933-2023, 2011
Number of pages: 91 Posted: 20 Jun 2011
Angela K. Littwin
University of Texas School of Law
Downloads 103 (195,610)

Abstract:

bankruptcy, consumer, pro se

6.

Escaping Battered Credit: A Proposal for Repairing Credit Reports Damaged by Domestic Violence

University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 59 Posted: 01 Apr 2012 Last Revised: 02 Jun 2012
Angela K. Littwin
University of Texas School of Law
Downloads 67 (253,360)

Abstract:

credit reporting, domestic violence, consumer credit

7.

Adapting to BAPCPA

90 ABLJ 183 (2016)
Number of pages: 52 Posted: 15 Jul 2016
Angela K. Littwin
University of Texas School of Law
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Abstract:

bankruptcy, consumer law, BAPCPA, attorneys

8.

Examination as a Method of Consumer Protection

Temple Law Review, Vol. 87, No. 807, 2015, U of Texas Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 649
Number of pages: 69 Posted: 06 Jan 2016
Jean Braucher and Angela K. Littwin
University of Arizona - James E. Rogers College of Law (Deceased) and University of Texas School of Law
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Abstract:

CFPB, supervision, examination, compliance management, consumer protection, consumer credit, consumer financial services, consumer law, commercial law

9.

Why Process Complaints? Then and Now

Temple Law Review, Vol. 87, p. 895, 2015, U of Texas Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 650
Number of pages: 53 Posted: 06 Jan 2016
Angela K. Littwin
University of Texas School of Law
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Abstract:

CFPB, complaints, consumer protection, consumer credit, consumer financial services, consumer law, commercial law

10.

The Do-it-Yourself Mirage: Complexity in the Bankruptcy System

BROKE: HOW DEBT BANKRUPTS THE MIDDLE CLASS, Stanford University Press, 2011
Posted: 20 Jun 2011
Angela K. Littwin
University of Texas School of Law

Abstract:

bankruptcy, consumer credit, pro se issues