Linda E. Fisher is a Professor of Law and the James Boskey Research Scholar at Seton Hall Law School. Her recent research and publications address the subprime lending crisis and its consequences for communities. She also directs a clinic focusing on foreclosure defense, predatory lending, fair housing and related consumer issues. Prof. Fisher recently finished writing a book entitled The Foreclosure Echo: How Those Hit Hardest by the Crisis Have Been Left Out of the Recovery (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2019). For decades, she has taught Professional Responsibility and a Civil Litigation Clinic. She has been a Network Fellow at the Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard, and a Bellow Scholar of the Association of American Law Schools Clinical Section. As well, she has testified before the House Financial Services Committee and the Federal Trade Commission. Prof. Fisher received an LL.M. from Northwestern, a J.D. from the University of Chicago and a B.A. from Macalester College.