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Longino Public Finance, LLC seeks a transactional attorney with 3 to 10 years’ experience to join a growing, entrepreneurial law practice. Applicants should have public finance, lending or workout experience, a strong work ethic and a can-do, cooperative attitude. Full-time or part-time applicants are welcome to apply. Applicants may send a resume and list of recent transactions to For applicants with less than 5 years’ experience, please include a law school transcript. All applications will be held in strict confidence. For more information about the firm, please visit
Area: 206
Job Category: Attorney

Published: 7/29/2017
George K. Baum & Company, a long established investment banking firm, providing a full range of services to municipal entities, a leader in municipal finance and one of the nation’s top underwriters of negotiated municipal bonds is seeking a Vice President, Associate General Counsel to join its legal team. Candidates should have outstanding academic credentials and at least 10+ years legal experience gained at a law firm and/or in-house, and be skilled at handling a wide variety of legal issues, including Broker/Dealer regulation, municipal bonds and fixed income securities, FINRA, SEC & MSRB matters. Strong transactional skills and the ability to draft and negotiate a wide variety of complex commercial agreements required. Employment law experience is a strong plus. Business-focused, collaborative problem-solvers only. This position is located at the company’s Kansas City, Missouri headquarters. Relocation assistance provided. Please send a resume in Microsoft Word format to
Area: 816
Job Category: Attorney

Published: 7/7/2017
Gust Rosenfeld P.L.C., a mid-sized Phoenix, Arizona, law firm with a nationally recognized public finance practice, is seeking a public finance attorney who is experienced in tax-exempt financing. The attorney will join the firm’s #1 rated public finance department in our Phoenix office. Prior experience in public finance, tax credit finance or municipal law is preferred. If you are interested in joining a sophisticated, client-centered and collegial firm, forward your resume to
Area: 602
Job Category: Attorney

Published: 6/14/2017
Preston Hollow Capital, LLC (PHC) is an independent specialty finance company focused on municipal finance, commercial finance, and asset management. As a financing solution provider and investor, PHC differentiates itself with the ability to deliver capital with speed, certainty and flexibility, while producing superior risk-adjusted returns across a broad spectrum of investment strategies. PHC's fixed income and municipal finance group is focused on the direct origination of tax-exempt and taxable debt issued by municipalities, non-profits, special districts, and political subdivisions in the following sectors, among others: project finance, healthcare and senior living, education, hotels, infrastructure, community development districts, toll roads, stadiums and arenas, public private partnerships, renewable energy, low-income housing tax credits, multi-family housing, and related real estate and development sectors. We are seeking a highly professional and experienced Attorney to support the fixed income and municipal finance group in its direct originations and servicing activities. The Attorney will work interactively with PHC's deal origination and credit team members, and provide general and transactional legal advice in connection with evaluating potential financing transactions. The Attorney will also be responsible for drafting, reviewing, and negotiating letters of intent, term sheets, loan agreements, official statements and offering documents, bond indentures, continuing covenant agreements, note and loan purchase and sale agreements, construction contracts, etc., and closing transactions in a timely manner. This role will be based in Dallas, Texas, and report to PHC’s General Counsel.
Area: 214
Job Category: Attorney

Published: 5/19/2017
Armstrong Teasdale seeks an associate with at least two years of experience in municipal and public finance to join its Financial and Real Estate practice group in the Denver office. Experience in representing issuers, underwriters, nonprofit borrowers and developers is preferred. The ideal candidate should be a high performer who can demonstrate superior communication skills; have excellent academic credentials; possess good interpersonal skills for communicating with attorneys and clients; be diligent and detail-oriented; demonstrate an ability to work independently and productively; and show a strong interest in advancing a career in this practice. Large law firm experience preferred. A J.D. degree and admission to a state bar are required. Required Experience: •At least two years of experience dealing with a variety of tax-exempt bond issuances and other types of public finance transactions. •Experience representing at least two of the following types of clients: public agencies, governmental entities, special purpose districts, commercial banks or investment banks. •Experience with counseling on matters of taxable and tax-exempt financings, initial offering and continuing disclosure, bankruptcy and credit issues, and compliance with state and municipal laws, and federal and state securities laws is considered a plus. Apply by visiting their website:
Area: 703
Job Category: Attorney

Published: 4/24/2017
The City Attorney’s Office seeks a well-qualified, motivated attorney with significant land use experience for a Deputy City Attorney II, Deputy City Attorney III or Deputy City Attorney IV level in the Advisory Division. Placement will depend upon experience. The ideal candidate will have substantial California land use experience, either developed in-house (city, county, other governmental organization, or for a private company) or in a law firm with strong municipal land use expertise. The candidate should have knowledge and significant experience, including the ability quickly and effectively to perform at an advanced level, in CEQA/NEPA, the California Planning and Zoning Law, the Subdivision Map Act. A strong working knowledge of municipal law basics, such as the Brown Act, the Political Reform Act, and the Public Records Act is desired. Expertise in handling land use writs in both trial and appellate courts and suits seeking declaratory and injunctive relief, as well as considerable Planning Commission experience also are desirable. Full application:
Area: 510
Job Category: Attorney

Published: 4/6/2017