Lolly represents cities and public entities on a wide range of municipal and public agency law issues, including the Brown Act and open government, conflicts of Interest, public records and e-documents, public finance, public works and public contracting, and redevelopment dissolution. Lolly is Assistant City Attorney for the City of Beverly Hills. Lolly also focuses her practice on public finance issues, including municipal bond finance and investment of public funds.
Work for Clients
Lolly has served as bond counsel, disclosure counsel, underwriter's counsel, and bank counsel in a wide variety of bond financings including revenue bonds, Mello-Roos bonds, assessment bonds, school district bonds, tax allocation bonds, 501(c)(3) financings, lease revenue bonds, certificates of participation, and commercial paper.
Honors & Awards
Member, Fordham Law Review
Extern, Honorable Charles E. Ramos, New York Supreme Court, Commercial Division
Professional and Community Affiliations
Member, National Association of Bond Lawyers
Member, Women in Public Finance
- Event // Private PlacementsThe Bond Buyer’s California Public Finance Conference, 09.2017
- Event // Pension and OPEB ReformThe Bond Buyer’s California Public Finance Conference, 10.2014
- Event // Municipal Disclosure: Making it Pay for IssuersThe Bond Buyer’s 20th Annual Conference, 10.2010
- Event // Role of Financing ParticipantsCalifornia Redevelopment Association - Redevelopment Institute, 05.2006
J.D., Fordham University School of Law
B.A., University of California, Los Angeles