Lauren Trialonas focuses her practice on public finance including state and local government law and school law.

    Lauren has served as bond counsel and underwriter's counsel with respect to taxable and tax-exempt bond financings and refinancing.

    Lauren’s experience includes assisting with bond financings for the benefit of nonprofit colleges and universities and nonprofit healthcare facilities, and solid waste facility bond financings.

    In her capacity as bond counsel and underwriter's counsel, Lauren also has experience with current and advance refundings, master trust indentures, variable and multimodal interest rate structures, certificates of participation, remarketings, credit and liquidity facility substitutions and disclosure.

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    • Serving as counsel to the United States Department of Transportation for the TIFIA program.
    • Representing the US Department of Treasury in connection with its TARP Capital Purchase Program and in making several hundred investments in US financial institutions from October 2008 to July 2010.
    • Serving as disclosure counsel for the Long Island Power Authority’s $502 million Electric System General Revenue Bonds, Series 2012A and Series 2012B issued July 2012.
    • Serving as underwriters’ counsel for the $650 million Metropolitan Transportation Authority Transportation Revenue Bonds, Series 2012E issued July 2012.
    • Serving as lead underwriter’s counsel for the Omaha Public Power District’s $120 million Taxable Electric System Revenue Bonds, 2010 Series A, issued in November of 2010; $143,375,000 Electric System Revenue Bonds, 2011 Series A, issued in June of 2011; $137,930,000, 2011 Series B and $140,465,000, 2011 Series C Electric System Revenue Bonds, issued in November 2011; and lead underwriter’s counsel on 2012 Electric System Revenue Bonds, issued in October 2012.


    • Hofstra University, J.D., senior editor, Hofstra Journal of International Business and Law, 2006
    • University of Massachusetts, B.A., cum laude, 2003


    • New York, 2007
    • New Jersey, 2006


    • U.S. Dist. Ct., Dist. of New Jersey, 2006
    • New York State Supreme Court, 2007
    • Supreme Court of New Jersey, 2006

    Memberships and Affiliations

    Lauren is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the New York State Government Finance Officers Association and the Northeast Women in Public Finance.

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    • Co-Presenter, “Conduit Financing: The Path to P3 Financing” CDFA New York / New Jersey Financing Roundtable Conference, Newark, New Jersey, September 17, 2015.
    • Presenter, “Financing a Disaster: Strategies for Local Governments and School Districts”, CDFA Resiliency Panel, New York, New York, September 16, 2014.
    • Author, “Reuse, Recycle and Reduce: a New Life for Closed School Buildings,” The Reporter, a publication of the New York State Association of School Business Officials, Volume 61, Number 4, Spring 2014.
    • Co-author, “SEC Proposes Registration Requirement for Lawyers Providing Financial Advice to Municipal Entities,” State and Local Law News - ABA Section of State and Local Government Law Newsletter, Vol. 35, No 2, Winter 2012.

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