Amy Goebel, an attorney in the public finance group of the tax, employment and benefits department, first joined Ropes & Gray in 1997, focusing on municipal finance and private investment projects. Currently, Amy assists tax-exempt borrowers with private business use, arbitrage, and other Section 103 issues. She regularly counsels hospitals, universities, and other tax-exempt entities as bond counsel and borrower’s counsel. Amy also advises clients with respect to requirements to maintain 501(c)(3) status.
- Massachusetts Water Resources Authority
- Rhode Island Clean Water Finance Agency
- JD, cum laude, 1997
- BA (Economics and Government), cum laude, Smith College, 1992
Admissions / Qualifications
- Massachusetts, 1998