Bankruptcy boot camp is not your typical continuing legal education seminar. It is a four-day, high-intensity program at a mountain hideaway that is turning out a phalanx of consumer-side bankruptcy lawyers trained in spotting and fighting abuses by lenders.

Boot camp “survivors,” armed with what they learned at camp and bolstered by ongoing networking with each other, say they are achieving improved results for their clients, including loan modifications and legal fees.

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