Tyler M. Cobb represents cities, counties, and towns; universities, charter schools and school districts; health care districts; special taxing districts; land developers and 501(c)(3) organizations in all areas of public finance.
He acts as bond counsel, underwriters' counsel, issuer’s counsel and borrower’s counsel in transactions totaling over $10,000,000,000 nationwide.
Tyler regularly serves as outside general counsel for start-ups and early stage and emerging growth companies in the technology, social media, blockchain and cryptocurrency industries, as well as counseling clients on the recovery of stolen digital assets.
He also is a former Ballard Spahr summer associate.
National Association of Bond Lawyers, Member
State Bar of Arizona, Member
Ballard Spahr's Pro Bono Committee
Recognition & Accomplishments
The Best Lawyers in America "Ones to Watch," – Banking and Finance Law, 2021-2023; "Ones to Watch," Public Finance Law, 2023
Named a "Top Pro Bono Attorney" by the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education, 2019
Completed Columbia Business School's "Blockchain in Business" course
Board Memberships & Community Service
Member, Advisory Council, Raymond S. Kellis High School Marketing and Entrepreneurship Program
"Have Your Cake and Eat It Too! Appropriately Harnessing the Advantages of Nonlawyer Ownership," 54 Ariz. L. Rev. 765, 2012
University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law (J.D. 2013, magna cum laude)
Articles Editor, University of Arizona Law Review; Member, Order of the Coif; Recipient
University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Cameron School of Business (B.S. 2008, cum laude, University Honors)