Jeff Leuschel joined the law firm of McCall, Parkhurst & Horton L.L.P. upon his graduation from The University of Texas School of Law in 1980, and became a partner in the firm in January 1985.� Mr. Leuschel specializes in the practice of public finance law.�Mr. Leuschel currently represents numerous entities in Texas and Oklahoma in the financing of public projects.� In 2009, the State Bar of Texas published�Essentials of Texas Water Resources, and Mr. Leuschel authored the chapter on Financing Water Projects in Texas.��Essentials of Texas Water Resources�is now in its third edition, and Mr. Leuschel updated the Financing Water Projects chapter in both the second and third editions.�Mr. Leuschel has worked closely with legislators in drafting legislation on matters affecting public finance in the State of Texas, including the Public Funds Investment Act, the Public Securities Title of the Texas Government Code, including rewriting the provisions in Texas law pertaining to the financing of waterworks and wastewater facilities by Texas cities, provisions of the Texas Uniform Commercial Code affecting public securities, and amendments to the Texas Water Code affecting the financial assistance programs administered by the Texas Water Development Board.�In 2011, Mr. Leuschel was recognized in the publication�Texas' Best Lawyers, published by ALM, Integrated Media Company, as the Public Finance Lawyer of the Year in Dallas.� Mr. Leuschel acted as bond counsel on the Love Field Airport Modernization Corporation financing for the re-development of Dallas Love Field, which was selected by�The Bond Buyer�as the Southwest Region Deal of the Year, for bonds issued between October 1, 2010 through September 30, 2011.�Mr. Leuschel has been a panelist at numerous sessions of the Bond Lawyers' Workshops sponsored by the National Association of Bond Lawyers, and has been a frequent speaker at Public Funds Investment Act seminars and workshops sponsored by The University of North Texas Center for Public Management, the Texas Association of Counties and the Government Treasurers Organization of Texas.� In 1999, Mr. Leuschel was made an honorary lifetime member of the Government Treasurers Organization of Texas for his dedicated service and commitment to the treasury profession.� In 2002, Mr. Leuschel was elected by his peers as a Regular Fellow of the American College of Bond Counsel.�In 2013, Mr. Leuschel was recognized by The University of Texas at Arlington as a Distinguished Alumnus, and on December 18, 2015, Mr. Leuschel delivered the Commencement Address at the graduation ceremonies of the College of Liberal Arts at The University of Texas at Arlington.
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