Attorney Thomas Fahey is the managing member of the law offices of Fahey & Landolina, Attorneys LLC. He focuses on legal representation of municipalities and private sector clients in all aspects of land use and municipal law.
Attorney Fahey’s experience of more than thirty-five years of legal practice have included litigation in all State and Federal Courts and before the Department of Environmental Protection, the Freedom of Information Commission and other State and Federal agencies. In addition, Attorney Fahey’s legal experience has included representation of the Town of East Windsor, Somers and Tolland since December 1997.
Fahey’s professional activities have included Speaker on land use processing for the Connecticut Home Builders Association Developers Council, co-author of Aquifer Protection in Connecticut, and An Overview of Municipal Responsibilities for Aquifer Protection, and co-author Supreme Court Vindicates Municipalities’ Right to Recoup Land-Use Processing Fees (Connecticut Lawyer, May 1995).
Attorney Fahey is a 1969 graduate of Brown University and earned his Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University Law Center in 1972.