Molly Bryson provides broad analysis and advice on tax, partnership, and real estate issues relating to community development and social investment. She structures and negotiates transactions for both the investor and the developer that involve the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit, the Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit, the New Markets Tax Credit, and/or Renewable Energy Tax Credits. She also prepares and negotiates bridge, construction, and permanent financing documents, and negotiates state and city financing documents, including those involving tax-exempt bond financing.
Molly is a co-leader of the Tax Credit Finance & Syndication group’s Low-Income Housing Tax Credit team. She is an active public speaker at national conferences, and has co-chaired more than ten national conferences for investors, lenders, developers, and government officials. She also serves as a leader of the firm’s global Women’s Initiative.
While in law school, Molly served as editor-in-chief of the Catholic University Law Review.