Amador v. California Culinary Academy class members: Get free legal services for CCA student loan problems.

You are in the class if you paid tuition and enrolled in and/or graduated from CCA between September 28, 2003 and October 8, 2008. Excluded are: (a) students who were involuntarily dismissed; (b) students who attended on student visas; and (c) students who were not seeking a degree or certificate.

Hear from Ray Gallo, Trustee of the CCA Services Fund, which pays for legal services for class members needing help with CCA student loan debt.

The Amador v. California Culinary Academy class action settlement was final in the summer of 2012.

Here is the San Francisco Superior Court Notice describing the settlement.

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