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Public Finance; Public-Private Partnerships; Development & Infrastructure; Healthcare
As a senior attorney in Dorsey’s public finance group, Courtney Ellis represents issuers, underwriters and nonprofit borrowers in a variety of tax-exempt and taxable transactions, including general obligation and revenue bond financings, tax increment financings, certificates of participation and related lease-purchase financings, special assessment financings, conduit financings, and anticipation notes. She regularly advises clients with respect to tax, securities and municipal law matters.
-Georgetown University Law Center (J.D., 2008), cum laude; Executive Editor, Georgetown Law Journal
-University of Montana (B.A., 2000), with Honors; Phi Beta Kappa