Adam T. Tamzoke is an associate on the Public Finance team at Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A. His practice focuses on the representation of state and local government authorities, municipalities and agencies in public finance transactions.

Mr. Tamzoke has served as bond counsel in tax-exempt and taxable financings completed in the public market, including current/advanced refunding deals relating to capital, working capital, school, public housing, infrastructure, utility, and redevelopment bonds and notes, on both a competitive and negotiated basis. His experience also includes structuring, negotiating, managing and documenting complex transactions from start to finish. 

Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Tamzoke clerked for the Honorable Ann G. McCormick at the New Jersey Superior Court, Chancery Division, Middlesex County Vicinage, where he advised the judge on a variety of chancery matters and foreclosure dates.

Mr. Tamzoke earned his law degree at Indiana University Maurer School of Law and a Master of Public Affairs from Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, where he concentrated in public finance. During his graduate studies, Mr. Tamzoke was awarded the Frederic L. Ballard, Jr. Memorial Scholarship by the National Association of Bond Lawyers. He completed internship positions at the New Jersey Attorney General's Office, where he was assigned to the Treasury section and gained knowledge of public finance, tax, and real estate law. He also completed internship positions at the New Jersey Governor's Office, where he worked with lawyers in the Governor's Authorities Unit, and at the New Jersey Healthcare Facilities Finance Authority, where he assisted project managers in informing board members as to the details of various bond deals.

 

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