Clay Binford is a partner in the San Antonio office. He graduated from Texas A&M University (B.B.A., 1998) and St. Mary’s University School of Law (J.D., 2001). Since joining the legal profession in 2001, Clay’s practice has been devoted to public and project finance matters. He has represented a diverse portfolio of client interests, including traditional and non-traditional public finance matters and public-private partnerships. In his practice, Clay represents Texas independent school districts, cities, counties, rural hospital districts, investment banks, commercial banks, and bond insurers involved in the Texas public finance industry. During the course of his practice, Clay has developed a State and national reputation for legal proficiency and creative approaches to problem solving in traditional and large-scale non-traditional municipal finance transactions.
Clay is involved in his community and issues impacting the Central-South Texas region. From 2004-2008, Clay served as the Medina County appointee to the Edwards Aquifer Authority; from 2008-2018, he served as the Medina County appointee the City of San Antonio’s Conservation Advisory Board – Edwards Aquifer Protection Initiative. Clay has also served as the president of the Medina Valley ISD Education Foundation. A Medina County resident, Clay and his family are active in local business enterprise that includes farming and ranching, banking, and historical building preservation/restoration.
St. Mary’s University School of Law, J.D., 2001
Texas A&M University, B.A., 1998