Public Finance Law refers to the laws which govern how the governments, or public sector organizations, use the different sources of revenue to:
  • Create public goods and services
  • Provide public goods and services
  • Administer public goods and services

Creation and Administration of Hospitals

Public Finance Lawyers focus more on the services they provide than the specific types of bonds; they are more focused on bond financing and public disclosures and underwriting those bonds.

Public Finance Law studies laws, regulations, and cases that apply to the government's interactions with private businesses. Public finance law substantially affects almost every industry in the United States. Public finance is a shared interest in aviation, convention centers, public housing, land development, and student loans.

Public Finance Law includes federal income tax, securities regulations, and state and federal finance laws.