LOS ANGELES — Public finance attorney Bryan Victor has been made partner at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP.
Based in the firm's Sacramento office, he assumed the new title on Jan. 1.
Victor has experience as bond counsel, disclosure counsel, and underwriter's counsel for tax-exempt financings, with a focus on transactions for state government and 501(c)(3) healthcare organizations. His experience also includes issuer's counsel in conduit bond financings.
He has worked on transactions for the State of California, the California Department of Water Resources, the California State Public Works Board and the Washington Health Care Facilities Authority.
Victor also works on general public finance matters for California, including the administration of its general obligation bond, commercial paper note, and credit enhancement programs.
He received his law degree from the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law and his bachelor's degree from California State University, Sacramento.
Orrick made the announcement on Feb. 3 that Victor, along with 14 other lawyers in various practice areas, has been admitted to partnership.
"We are absolutely delighted to welcome our new partners, all of whom are exemplary lawyers," the firm's chairman, Mitch Zuklie, said in a statement. "Our partner class of 2014 reflects our sector focus on energy & infrastructure, finance, technology and our leadership in high-stakes litigation."