Jennifer Cosper focuses her practice on public finance matters in Arizona for cities, counties, school districts, universities and state agencies. In her capacity as bond counsel and underwriter’s counsel, Jennifer has experience with current and advance refundings, master trust indentures, certificates of participation, tax-exempt and taxable financings and disclosure.

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    • Represented Piper Jaffray & Co. as underwriters’ counsel on the issuance of approximately US$278 million of City of Phoenix, Arizona general obligation refunding bonds.
    • Represented Pima County, Arizona as bond counsel on the issuance of approximately US$52 million of certificates of participation, US$24.8 million of street and highway revenue bonds and US$10 million of general obligation bonds.
    • Represented the City of Phoenix Civic Improvement Corporation as bond counsel on the issuance of approximately US$328.9 million of transit excise tax revenue refunding bonds.
    • Represented the Arizona School Facilities Board as bond counsel on the issuance of approximately US$316 million of state school improvement revenue refunding bonds and US$79.5 million of refunding certificates of participation.
    • Represented the Arizona Board of Regents as bond counsel on the issuance of approximately US$104 million of University of Arizona system revenue bonds.
    • Represented the Arizona Department of Transportation as bond counsel on the issuance of approximately US$602 million of tax-exempt series 2013A and $112 million taxable series 2013B of subordinated highway revenue bonds.
    • Represented RBC Capital Markets, LLC as underwriter’s counsel on approximately US$128.7 million of Pima County, Arizona Sewer System Revenue Obligations.
    • Represented the Arizona Health Facilities Authority as bond counsel and hospital counsel on approximately US$284.6 million of Hospital Revenue Refunding Bonds (Phoenix Children’s Hospital).

    Education

    • The University of Arizona, J.D., magna cum laude, staff writer, Arizona Law Review, 2009
    • The University of Arizona, B.S., magna cum laude, 2006

    Admissions

    • Arizona, 2009
    • Selected by peers as a rising star, the top 2.5% of lawyers age 40 or less, or in practice 10 years or less, and listed in Southwest Super Lawyers – Rising Stars 2019

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