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CFPB lawyers lacked banking law training

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When the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau enrolled a number of its enforcement attorneys last year into a basic, introductory course called "Banking Law Fundamentals," the bureau also hired a trainer for $167,000 to teach its staff about consumer law. Christina Coll, one of the agency enforcement lawyers, squealed with delight when she was invited to enroll in the course. "This looks...