Consumer Advocacy and Protection Society (CAPS)

The Consumer Advocacy and Protection Society (CAPS) is a student-run Berkeley Law organization dedicated to the promotion of consumer law and consumer protection at Berkeley Law. CAPS promotes student interest in consumer law by hosting consumer-related programming, and has also helped propose and introduce new consumer law courses into the Berkeley Law curriculum. Outside of the classroom, CAPS members have submitted public comments to various federal regulatory agencies, and have drafted and filed Amicus Briefs in important consumer law cases all across the country, including in the United States Supreme Court, the California Supreme Court, and the Ninth Circuit.

CAPS maintains an email listserv to inform students about its events, job opportunities, and major consumer-related news around the word, and may be reached at caps@law.berkeley.edu or caps.berkeleylaw@gmail.com.