American College of Bond Counsel


The American College of Bond Counsel

Recognizing expertise among lawyers practicing Bond Law.

About the College -

Organization -

The American College of Bond Counsel was formed in 1995 for the purpose of recognizing lawyers who have established reputations among their peers for their skill, experience and high standards of professional and ethical conduct in the practice of bond law.

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Leadership -

The College is governed by a Board of Directors (PDF), elected the College for two-year terms.

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Purpose -

The College believes that a bond lawyer's expertise can best be judged by his or her peers and has sought to admit to membership in the College only bond lawyers that have long experience and outstanding reputations in the field of municipal bond law.

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Qualifications -

In evaluating a bond lawyer for a prospective engagement, the expertise of the bond lawyer should be the primary criteria. Expertise is the combination of the knowledge, experience, skills, judgment and motivation the lawyer brings to the financing. An indication of a bond lawyer's expertise is the number, variety and complexity of bond financing transactions in which the lawyer has participated.

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