Brigitte Finley Green practices public finance and federal tax law. She practiced for over 30 years at small local, large regional and large national law firms, where she served primarily as bond counsel and underwriter’s counsel on a wide variety of municipal bond and lease-purchase transactions for state and local governmental issuers.
A majority of Brigitte's practice currently includes acting as bond, disclosure and underwriter’s counsel on tax-exempt conduit financings for nonprofit charter schools. She also has experience in qualified private activity bond financing of multifamily housing facilities, manufacturing facilities, single family mortgages, student loans and facilities for 501(c)(3) organizations, such as hospitals, private universities and other charitable organizations.
In Arizona, Brigitte has worked on countless publicly offered and privately placed municipal bond transactions for state agencies and universities, counties, cities, towns, school districts, special districts and conduit issuers. Over the course of her career, Brigitte has represented governmental issuers, investment banking firms, trustee banks and conduit borrowers.
Early in her career, Brigitte spent two years as an attorney adviser with the Internal Revenue Service’s Office of Chief Counsel in Washington DC, where she practiced exclusively in the tax-exempt bond area and her duties included preparing treasury regulations and IRS rulings.