DePaul University, J.D., 2006

DePaul University, B.S., Finance, 1999



New York


Association of Black Women Attorneys

Chicago Summer Business Institute, Board of Directors

Municipal Forum of New York

Northeast Women in Public Finance

Women in Public Finance

Latrice Phillips is a partner in Chapman's National Public and Health & Education Finance Department. 

Latrice has acted as bond counsel, underwriter's counsel, borrower's counsel, disclosure counsel, and issuer's counsel in connection with variable rate and fixed rate general obligation, refunding, and revenue publicly offered and privately placed public activity and municipal bond issues. In addition, Latrice has advised clients regarding post-issuance compliance with both tax-related statutes and regulations and bond document financial covenants. 

Latrice's recent work includes a $988 million revenue bond issue for the benefit of a multi-state system of hospitals and clinics as disclosure counsel and borrower's counsel, a $95 million revenue bond issue for the benefit of a multi-site senior living organization as bond counsel, and two revenue bond issues for the benefit of a health system as underwriter's counsel in the amounts of $124 million and $110 million. 

Latrice is a member of Women in Public Finance, the Municipal Forum of New York, the Association of Black Women Attorneys, the Northeast Women in Public Finance, and serves on the Board of Directors of the Chicago Summer Business Institute.

Prior to joining Chapman in 2014, Latrice practiced in the health care group at Jones Day.

Honors & Awards

Named a "Top Lawyer under 40" in Public Finance Law by Leading Lawyer (2016).