Professor Elizabeth Renuart delivered the presentation "Who Owns the Note? Moving Mortgages Through the RMBS Structure" at the Consumer Rights Litigation Conference in Chicago on Nov. 5.
She also recently participated in a panel on "Implications of Bevilacqua & Ibanez" at the conference "Foreclosure Fiasco: Documentation Challenges and Policy Solutions," held at Suffolk University School of Law on Oct. 14, as well as a panel on "Secondary Mortgage Perspectives from 'Where the Rubber Meets the Road'" at the symposium "Reforming the Secondary Mortgage Market," held at Hamline University in St. Paul, Minn., on Oct. 3.
Before joining the law school, Professor Renuart was an attorney with the National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) in the organization's Boston office, focusing on predatory lending, Truth in Lending, consumer credit issues and sustainable homeownership issues. Prior to joining the NCLC in 1996, she was the managing attorney of a legal services program in Baltimore that provided representation to homeowners in danger of losing their homes.
While at the NCLC, Professor Renuart co-authored two of the organization's treatises, Truth in Lending and The Cost of Credit: Regulation and Legal Challenges. She is also the author of Stop Predatory Lending: A Guide for Legal Advocates.