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    Business Law Institute Symposium to examine secondary mortgage market reform

    The troubled secondary mortgage market remains a hot topic before Congress, and the Obama Administration has already proposed three pathways to reform.  To help sort through the issues and facilitate the discussion, Hamline’s Business Law Institute and the Hamline Law Review are bringing together national and local experts from business, banks large and small, law schools, trade associations, consumer organizations and federal agencies to debate this controversial topic in an Oct. 3 symposium, “Reforming the Secondary Mortgage Market.”

    The symposium will feature a luncheon keynote address from former Minneapolis Reserve Bank President, Gary Stern, who will address the topic of Fannie, Freddie, and Too Big to Fail. 

    Dr. Stern is a noted economist and the author of many respected articles and books, including Too Big to Fail — The Hazards of Bank Bailouts (with foreword from Paul A. Volcker).

    The symposium will also feature four panels throughout the day with experts representing the full spectrum of perspectives, including:

    Rick Aneshansel, EVP and CFO, U.S. Bank Home Mortgage

    Lynne Barr, Goodwin Procter LLP, Boston

    Prof. Erik Gerding, University of Colorado Law School

    Prof. Julie Hill, University of Houston Law Center

    Prof. Christine Hurt, University of Illinois College of Law

    Prof. Joan MacLeod Heminway, University of Tennessee Knoxville College of Law

    Prof. Heidi Mandanis Schooner, Columbus School of Law, The Catholic University of America

    Prof. Brett McDonnell, University of Minnesota Law School

    Prof. Steven Ramirez, Loyola University Chicago School of Law

    Prof. David Reiss, Brooklyn Law School

    Prof. Elizabeth Renuart, Albany Law School

    John Ryan, EVP, Conference of State Bank Supervisors

    James C. Sivon, Barnett, Sivon & Natter, Washington, D.C., (representing Financial Services Roundtable)

    Prof. Cheryl Wade, St. John’s University School of Law

    Prof. Art Wilmarth, The George Washington University Law School

    The event will occur from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at Klas Center on the campus of Hamline University in Saint Paul.  For more information, including symposium registration, visit law.hamline.edu/mortgagereform.html or call Kitty Atkins at 651-523-2897.



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