Dilworth Partner Elizabeth Preate Havey Elected to National Constitution Center’s Board of Trustees

Dilworth Paxson LLP partner Elizabeth Preate Havey has been elected, effective January 27, 2022, to the National Constitution Center’s Board of Trustees.

Havey is a transactional attorney specializiElizabeth Preate Haveyng in public and project finance matters involving tax-exempt and taxable bond issues for a range of issuers, including municipalities, authorities, school districts, private universities, and hospitals. She also counsels municipalities regarding monetization, through the sale or lease of municipal assets such as water/sewer systems. Havey represents corporations and non-profit organizations in corporate governance matters, employment agreements, service agreements, and general corporate and securities transactions. In addition to her transactional practice, Havey assists clients with their government relations needs, utilizing her long-standing professional relationships with key political players at the state, local, and federal levels.

An active member of the community, Havey serves on the board of the Pennsylvania Convention Center Authority, Belmont Charter School Network, and Pennsylvania Economic Development Financing Authority. She is also vice-chair of the Pennsylvania Society and a member of the Forum of Executive Women.

Havey is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School (J.D., 1997), where she served as editor of the Journal of International Economic Law and was a member of the American Inns of Court, and a graduate of Villanova University (B.A., 1993).

About the National Constitution Center

The National Constitution Center in Philadelphia is a private, nonprofit organization which serves as America’s leading platform for constitutional education and debate, fulfilling its Congressional charter “to disseminate information about the U.S. Constitution on a non-partisan basis.”