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Christopher K. Lynch


Chris Lynch has been practicing law since 1989 and first joined Jones Hall in 1994. He serves as bond counsel, disclosure counsel and underwriter’s counsel in financings that include:

  • Tax allocation bonds (for successor agencies and infrastructure financing districts)
  • Lease revenue bonds and certificates of participation
  • Utility revenue bonds
  • General obligation bonds
  • Assessment bonds
  • Mello-Roos special tax bonds
  • Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE)

Chris represents school districts, cities, counties, successor agencies, and joint powers authorities throughout California, as well as national and regional investment-banking firms.

Chris served as a law clerk to Justice Stanley Mosk on the California Supreme Court (1989-1990). Beginning in 2000 and continuing until mid 2003, Mr. Lynch served as general counsel for two private companies.

Chris lives with his wife and two boys in San Francisco. Chris spends as much time outdoors as possible, and particularly enjoys playing basketball, surfing and backpacking with his boys. Chris has never turned down a burrito.

Tel 415 391 5780 x 267

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Professional Associations:

National Association of Bond Lawyers
Bar Association of San Francisco

Bar Admission:

State Bar of California, admitted in 1989


Stanford Law School, J.D., 1989
Stanford University, B.A., 1986