Lily Berman Landolt is an associate in the Phoenix office, where she focuses on public finance and infrastructure matters for state agencies, cities, towns, counties, community development districts, electrical districts, universities, 501(c)(3) corporations and school districts. She has assisted as bond counsel, underwriter’s counsel, disclosure counsel and borrower’s counsel in a variety of tax-exempt and taxable financings. Her experience includes financings secured by property taxes, special assessments, project revenues, special sales taxes, utility systems revenues, pledged revenues, municipal leases and certificates of participation.

    While attaining her JD at Arizona State University, Lily served as the executive note and comment editor for the Arizona State Law Journal. Additionally, she volunteered with the Human Rights Global Brigades, traveling to Panama on a pro bono trip to provide free legal services to rural Panamanian women. She graduated with high distinction in pro bono.

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    • Representing Arizona Transportation Board as bond counsel on the issuance of approximately US$510.3 million highway revenue refunding bonds and approximately US$28.1 million transportation excise tax revenue refunding bonds.
    • Representing Pima County, Arizona, as bond counsel on the issuance of approximately US$300 million pledged revenue obligations, approximately US$50.4 million taxable certificates of participation, approximately US$15.7 tax-exempt certificates of participation and approximately US$21 million street and highway revenue bonds.
    • Representing the Arizona Board of Regents as bond counsel on the issuance of approximately US$140.3 million University of Arizona tax-exempt system revenue and revenue refunding bonds, approximately US$95.6 million University of Arizona taxable system revenue refunding bonds and approximately US$82.7 million refunding certificates of participation.
    • Representing Piper Sandler & Co. as underwriter’s counsel on the issuance of approximately US$49.6 million Paradise Valley Unified School District No. 69 of Maricopa County, Arizona, school improvement bonds.
    • Representing Morgan Stanley as underwriter’s counsel on the issuance of approximately US$45.8 million city of Tucson, Arizona, water system revenue obligations.
    • Representing BofA Securities, Inc. as underwriter’s counsel on the issuance of approximately US$78.6 million town of Queen Creek, Arizona, excise tax and state shared revenue obligations.
    • Representing Yavapai County Jail District of Yavapai County, Arizona, on the issuance of approximately US$57.1 million pledged revenue obligations.
    • Representing Wells Fargo as underwriter’s counsel on the issuance of approximately US$22.7 million city of Glendale, Arizona, subordinate lien water and sewer revenue obligations.

    Education

    • Arizona State University, J.D., magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, 2018
    • Indiana University – Bloomington, B.A., Phi Beta Kappa, 2015

    Admissions

    • Arizona, 2018

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