Public Finance

Let us be a part of your financing team!

Borrowing money to finance public projects is a complex process that requires a team effort. As part of your financing team, we bring our knowledge of the borrowing options available to you and our experience in bringing financings to completion. We work with your financial advisor and/or investment banker to devise a legally sound financing strategy. We work with your agency’s governing board and staff, and provide guidance through the legal steps required to reach your desired goal.

Kronick offers public agency clients experienced bond counsel whose practices are rooted in municipal, education and tax law. Since 1987, our attorneys have served as bond counsel for cities, water agencies, school districts, community college districts, community services districts, and other special districts. To date, our public finance attorneys have acted as bond counsel for over 350 issues for more than 110 different public agencies totaling in excess of $3.5 billion borrowed.

Kronick’s public finance attorneys also serve as disclosure counsel, issuer’s counsel, and underwriter’s counsel in connection with public agency capital financings.

Related Areas of Expertise

Our public finance attorneys work closely with attorneys in our Public Agency and Economic Development and Housing practice areas to provide advice and counsel on the various finance and tax issues facing our clients and their projects. This “team” approach enables Kronick to assist clients in all aspects of project conceptualization, development, financing, and construction.



    Speaking Engagements



    Speaking Engagement


    Sustainable Groundwater Planning in California


    July 26-27, 2018



    Sacramento, CA

    Organized By:

    Law Seminars International (LSI)

    Program Overview:

    Kronick attorneys Scott Morris, Jonathan Christy and Holly Roberson will present at the Sustainable Groundwater Planning conference in Sacramento on July 26-27.

    Scott will provide opening remarks as Program Co-Chair and participate in a panel discussion about “Cross-Boundary Flows and Basin Coordination” discussing the legal issues around coordination challenges and issues (a) within a groundwater basin, (b) with adjacent basins, and (c) when an adjacent basin is on the critical list and yours is not; essential terms for coordinating agreements.

    Jonathan’s presentation will discuss financing options and strategies for GSA/GSP and what GSP developers and stakeholders need to know about constraints and viable pathways.

    Holly’s panel will discuss legal parameters for working with Tribes as sovereigns, including requirements for Tribal consultation.


    Please visit the event website for more information and to register.