Aileen Thomas is a partner in the firm's Business & Commercial Transactions Practice Group in the Jackson office and a member of the firm's board of directors. As a bond attorney, Ms. Thomas regularly serves as bond, underwriter, and trustee counsel for a myriad of clients, including non-profit and public hospitals, institutions of higher learning, local school districts, and national and regional investment banking firms. In addition to her public finance practice, Ms. Thomas assists clients with large economic development and expansion projects, and is actively involved in state and federal New Markets Tax Credit transactions through-out the Gulf South region and on a national basis.
Ms. Thomas is the past Chairman of the Business Law Section of The Mississippi Bar, and past President of the Mississippi Women Lawyers Association. Ms. Thomas served for many years as an adjunct professor at Mississippi College School of Law teaching Secured Transactions and Contract Drafting to second and third year law school students.
Ms. Thomas focuses in: business and commercial litigation, transactions, affordable housing law, economic development, public financing, and tax credit programs. She is admitted to the state bar of Mississippi, and admitted to the Fifth Circuit.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Aileen Thomas