Tuesday, May 24 • 12:00 p.m. ET

Presented by Pro Bono Institute (PBI) and its Corporate Pro Bono (CPBO) project, and Troutman Pepper, in conjunction with Financial Institution Pro Bono Day 2022.

In-house counsel at financial institutions subject to the requirements of the Community Reinvestment Act (“CRA”) will learn how the provision of pro bono legal services can contribute to their institution’s compliance with the CRA. In this program, participants will learn how pro bono service by lawyers can qualify as “community development services” under the CRA.

Speakers: Troutman Pepper attorneys Paige S. Fitzgerald, Richard T. Hills, Sara Richman, and Brenna A. Sheffield

This program is approved for MCLE credit for California, Illinois, New Jersey (through reciprocity), and New York. Troutman Pepper will automatically seek credit in the states where we have office locations unless state restrictions apply. Credit for other jurisdictions may be available upon request. For those licensed in California, Illinois, New Jersey, and/or New York, certificates will be distributed within 30 business days. If you have any questions about CLE credits, please email CLEManagement@troutman.com.

Photo of Brenna Sheffield Brenna Sheffield

Brenna works with public and private companies on a wide range of corporate matters including equity and debt offerings, SEC reporting, corporate governance and financial services regulatory matters.

Photo of Sara Richman Sara Richman

A versatile and experienced attorney, Sara counsels her clients on complex regulatory schemes and represents them in commercial litigation matters, as well as in internal and government investigations.

Photo of Richard Hills Richard Hills

Before retiring from the firm, Richard was a counsel in the firm’s Financial Services practice. He provided strategic advice and regulatory compliance counseling on the full range of regulatory requirements facing today’s highly regulated financial services institutions. He also advised bank clients on…

Before retiring from the firm, Richard was a counsel in the firm’s Financial Services practice. He provided strategic advice and regulatory compliance counseling on the full range of regulatory requirements facing today’s highly regulated financial services institutions. He also advised bank clients on mergers and acquisitions; new product development; governance and oversight; capital, liquidity and other prudential standards; fintech and other nontraditional financial services; cybersecurity; regulatory examinations and inspections; and insolvency and dissolution matters.

Photo of Paige Fitzgerald Paige Fitzgerald

Paige regularly advises financial services clients in navigating complex federal and state laws in an array of fields, including mortgage lending and servicing, consumer lending, auto finance, and tobacco. As a 10-year veteran of the Virginia Attorney General’s office, she also uses her

Paige regularly advises financial services clients in navigating complex federal and state laws in an array of fields, including mortgage lending and servicing, consumer lending, auto finance, and tobacco. As a 10-year veteran of the Virginia Attorney General’s office, she also uses her regulatory expertise to counsel clients in the health care industry, with an emphasis on Medicaid reimbursement and compliance.