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PACENation has partnered with the international law firm Winston & Strawn LLP, an accredited provider of CLE credits in California, New York, Illinois, Texas, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania. Join us for a virtual three-course series designed for attorneys interested in learning more about Property Assessed Clean Energy Financing (PACE). PACE is a rapidly growing tool to finance clean energy and resiliency upgrades to homes and commercial buildings that is available throughout the United States with over $7.5 billion financed to date. For more information, see “What is PACE Financing?

Register for each CLE course individually, or save up to $75 by registering for all three with our bundle package (see below).



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Includes all of the below CLE courses (3 credits)

PACENation members at all levels can access recordings of these CLE courses and other webinars.


PACE 101: Introduction to PACE for Lawyers

1 credit

Learn the fundamentals of PACE financing: how PACE works, where PACE is operating, and important considerations for attorneys interested in working on PACE deals.




  • Warren Diven, Partner, Public Finance Practice Group, Best Best & Krieger
  • David Gabrielson, Senior Fellow, PACENation
  • Peter S. Morgan, Partner, Winston & Strawn
  • Michael Yaki, Principal, Michael Yaki Consulting

Steps in C-PACE Credit Underwriting and the Legal Closing Process

1 credit

Take a deep dive into the process of underwriting and closing PACE deals, and hear perspectives from expert attorneys with experience working on PACE projects throughout the country.




  • Robert Bewkes, Counsel, Greenworks Lending
  • Sarah Christian, Vice President – Legal, Petros PACE Finance
  • R. Lynn Parins, Senior Counsel, Foley & Lardner
  • Peter S. Morgan, Partner, Winston & Strawn

Lender Consent & SNDA Agreements

1 credit

Commercial PACE is a senior-lien tax assessment, and commercial PACE providers are often required to obtain consent from a property’s mortgage lender before moving forward with a PACE deal. In this course, learn the details of obtaining mortgage lender consent and the use of subordination, non-disturbance, and attornment (SNDA) agreements.




  • Rick Daugherty, Branch Chief, Account Executive Branch, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • Bob Iber, Senior Advisor, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • Carrie O’Malley, Shareholder, Hirschler
  • Peter S. Morgan, Partner, Winston & Strawn
  • David S. Schaefer, Chief Operating Officer, Counterpointe Sustainable Real Estate
  • Andrew Zech, Principal, Greenworks Lending


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Our members enable millions of American property owners to increase the efficiency and resilience of their homes and businesses.

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