Each year, Crain’s New York Business recognizes women attorneys for their outstanding professional achievements, including leadership, work on pro bono matters, community involvement, and influence in New York City business.
Based in Nixon Peabody’s New York City office, Liz is a partner in the firm’s Project Finance & Public Finance practice. She represents governments and public authorities, issuers, underwriters, financial institutions, and investors on tax-exempt and taxable financings for a variety of public infrastructure projects, with an emphasis on public power, transportation, multi-family housing facilities, and stadiums and arenas. She also advises clients with respect to regulatory developments and disclosure practices. Some of Liz’s most notable clients include the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Power Authority of the State of New York, New York State Housing Finance Agency, and the Long Island Power Authority.
“This is such a well-deserved honor for Liz to be recognized as a notable woman in law,” said Nixon Peabody partner and Project Finance & Public Finance practice leader Virginia Wong. “Liz is an exemplary leader in our firm with an undeniable business acumen and passion for providing exceptional client service to create positive impact in the community. We congratulate her on this recognition.”
Liz is an active member of the National Association of Bond Lawyers and currently serves on the Board of Trustees for Two River Theater Company, a professional, not-for-profit, regional theater company producing plays and educational programs for audiences in central New Jersey. She recently was recognized by Chambers USA in the field of Public Finance (New York), and was selected for inclusion in the Best Lawyers in America® 2023 in the field of Public Finance Law.