Clay is an associate in the Public Law section of the Houston office. He has experience serving as bond counsel, underwriter's counsel and bank counsel in tax-exempt financings for cities, counties, school districts, junior college districts, special districts and nonprofit corporations. Clay also advises governmental clients on general public law matters, including elections, open government and economic development. Before entering private practice, Clay served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Public Finance Division of the Office of the Attorney General of the State of Texas.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Clayton T. Holland