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Joel H. Moser
Adjunct Professor

Fordham University School of Law
140 West 62nd Street
New York, NY 10023
Email: joel.moser@bingham.com
Telephone: 212.705.7749
Fax: 212.593.8972

Experience

Joel Moser is a partner in the Energy and Projects Group of Bingham McCutchen LLP where he focuses his practice on global infrastructure investment, finance and public private partnerships.  Joel has represented investment funds, banking and investment firms, governments and agencies, public and private businesses, and nonprofit enterprises in infrastructure investments and transactions in a wide variety of industries, including transportation, energy, water, professional athletics facilities and education.

Joel’s recent engagements include financial structuring in the high speed rail and urban mass transit sectors, advice to sponsors in the toll road and social infrastructure PPP sector, the development of major wind power projects and the finance and development of several professional athletics facilities including CitiField, the home of the NY Mets.  Joel’s work has included projects throughout North America, Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Europe.

Joel was the founding editor of Global Infrastructure and is currently a member of the Brookings Institution project on Sovereign Wealth Fund investment.  He has been recognized as a 2010 leading individual practitioner on a nationwide basis in PPP projects by Chambers USA , noted as a leading practitioner in the Project Finance: Advice to Sponsors category by the   Legal 500 Guide to US Legal Professionals  and honored by Super Lawyers for the past four years in a peer review-based survey published by Law and Politics .

Joel is a founding member of the US Council of the International Project Finance Association and he served as pro bono infrastructure counsel to the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation.  He currently serves on the boards of several civic and cultural organizations in New York and is an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University in the School of International and Pubic Affairs where his topic is infrastructure finance and development.