National Consumer Law Center

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National Consumer Law Center
Nonprofit organization
GenreAdvocacy, Consumer advice
Founded1969 (1969)[1]
FounderRobert F. Drinan[2]
Revenue12,170,618 US dollar (2017) Edit this on Wikidata

The National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) is an American nonprofit organization headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, specializing in consumer issues on behalf of low-income people. Legal services, government and private attorneys, as well as community organizations, work with the center to advocate for consumer reform.

The NCLC primarily researches consumer law in the United States and writes books for consumer lawyers and other legal advocates working on behalf of low income individuals. The NCLC does not take cases for or represent individual consumers.


  1. ^ "About Us". National Consumer Law Center.
  2. ^ "Our Story". National Consumer Law Center.

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