Carolina Trujillo

Lecturer in Law

General Manager, ARCO LLC & DreamCasa LLC

LL.B., Universidad Catolica Andres Bello
LL.M. Banking and Financial Law, Boston University School of Law

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Biography

Prior to coming to the U.S. to pursue her LL.M. in Banking and Financial Law, Ms. Trujillo practiced corporate and banking law in Caracas, Venezuela. Since receiving her degree, she has specialized in mortgage products and residential lending transactions. Prior to joining Eastern Bank, she was director of Homeownership Counseling at the Neighborhood of Affordable Housing (NOAH). In that capacity she taught first-time homebuyer classes, helping to prepare low-income families for the purchase of their first homes, and worked individually with clients in credit, financial fitness, and mortgage counseling. She is on the Board of Directors of the Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce, is an active member of NECAG, the New England Consumer Advisory Group lead by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, and Chair of the ALPFA Career Connection Committee.

She co-teaches Housing Finance and Community Development.

Courses

1 credits

This course seeks to give students real world experience in the practice of financial services law by immersing them in the day-to-day operations of a law firm, financial services organization, financial nonprofit entity or regulatory agency. Students are expected to work under the supervision of a professional, approved by a Financial Services Law Internship faculty member, who will ensure that the students have a meaningful, relevant and rigorous experience. It is expected that the Internship will involve a minimum of ten hours workplace experience per week. The Graduate Banking Program will exercise its best efforts to arrange relevant internships with entities involved in providing financial services. The Graduate Banking Program will also review and incorporate in the Internship course, appropriate internship opportunities arranged by the student which meet course requirements. Participation is subject to availability of positions and a matching of student interests, prior course work and language skills with the needs of the internship providers.

FALL 2015: LAW BK 903 A1 , Aug 31st to Dec 3rd 2015
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ARR TBD TBD 1 TBA
SPRG 2016: LAW BK 903 A1 , Jan 11th to Apr 20th 2016
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ARR TBD TBD 1 Carolina Trujillo
FALL 2016: LAW BK 903 A1 , Sep 6th to Dec 8th 2016
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ARR TBD TBD 1 Carolina Trujillo
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