Elizabeth A. Singer supervises all of the Department of Justice�s work under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA).� Under Ms. Singer�s leadership, the Housing and Civil Enforcement Section has produced settlements that are expected to provide over $200 million in monetary relief for servicemembers and will ensure, through powerful injunctive relief, that the nation�s five largest mortgage servicers implement new procedures to prevent active duty servicemembers from being foreclosed on improperly or from being charged excessive interest rates.� She also supervised the Department�s $60 million case against Sallie Mae for excessive student loan charges to servicemembers, and the Department�s $9 million case against Santander Consumer USA for unlawful auto repossessions against servicemembers.� She received her J.D., magna cum laude, from Harvard Law School in 1990.
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