Clark Hill attorney Latasha Thomas interviewed by National Association of Bond Lawyers
Clark Hill attorney Latasha R. Thomas was recently interviewed by the National Association of Bond Lawyers (NABL). The interview is featured on NABL’s Member Spotlights page and reflects on Thomas' career history, from her childhood ambition of becoming the first African American female President of the United States, to have served four terms as an Alderman for the City of Chicago. The interview also discusses Thomas' involvement in NABL and her goals for 2020 as Chair of NABL’s Diversity Committee.
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Latasha R. Thomas is Senior Counsel in Clark Hill’s Government & Public Relations, Public Finance, Real Estate and Banking & Financial Services groups. Thomas has nearly two decades of hands-on experience with the City of Chicago, Cook County and State of Illinois government matters. She focuses her practice on solving her clients' issues with federal, state and local governments; municipal finance; economic and urban development; real estate; mergers and acquisitions; and business transactions, including private equity investing. She is widely respected by legislators throughout Chicago, Cook County, and Illinois.
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