For-profit colleges have been coming under increasing scrutiny over the past couple of years. These schools have been accused of enticing students through misleading recruitment tactics, saddling them with enormous amounts of student loans, and then sending them off into the world with a degree that is near-worthless. Student loan default rates at for-profit colleges are astonishingly high, yet these institutions earn 90% or more of their revenue from federal and private student loans. Now, state attorney generals are investigating. Take a look at this Boston Globe article about what Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is doing about for-profit colleges:
About Adam S. Minsky, Esq.
Adam S. Minsky founded the first law office in Massachusetts devoted entirely to assisting student loan borrowers, and he is one of the only attorneys in the country practicing in this area of law. He provides counsel, legal assistance, and direct advocacy for borrowers on a variety of student loan-related matters. He regularly speaks to students, graduates, and advocates about the latest developments in higher education financing.