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Mrs. Sarah Bolling Mancini

National Consumer Law Center

Sarah Bolling Mancini is a Senior Attorney with the National Consumer Law Center. Sarah graduated from Harvard Law School in 2007 and received a Skadden Fellowship for public interest work. For more than a decade she represented low-income homeowners as an attorney with the Home Defense Program of the Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc.  She clerked for the Honorable Amy Totenberg, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.  Sarah has litigated on behalf of vulnerable homeowners facing predatory mortgage lending practices and the threat of foreclosure in state court, federal court, and bankruptcy court.  She now focuses on research, analysis, trainings, and policy advocacy related to foreclosures, mortgage servicing, home scams, and equitable access to the mortgage market. Sarah is a co-author of Georgia Real Estate Finance and Foreclosure LawCollier on Bankruptcy, and NCLC’s Mortgage LendingForeclosures and Mortgage Servicing, Fair Credit Reporting, and Truth in Lending treatises.