Timothy S. Hollister practices land use, environmental and municipal law, and handles a wide range of real estate and administrative law problems that arise in the context of land use and environmental matters.
He has represented developers, corporations, property owners, municipalities, boards of education, and neighborhood and environmental groups in administrative proceedings before local, state, regional and federal agencies and litigation in the state and federal trial courts, and has argued more than 40 cases in the state and federal appellate courts.
Tim has specific experience in eminent domain and inverse condemnation, unconstitutional takings, exactions and other civil rights violations, workforce and affordable housing, fair housing, wetlands regulation, drafting and enforcement of land use regulations, inclusionary zoning, flood plain management, mineral rights, riparian rights, specific performance, landlord and tenant, quiet title, title insurance, tax appeals, broker’s commissions and foreclosures.
He has been recognized nationally for his work in workforce and affordable housing development, wetlands regulation, and eminent domain.
- American Bar Association
- Connecticut Bar Association: Environmental Law Section, Executive Committee (1992-present); Chair (1996-1997); Chair, Affordable Housing and Homelessness Committee (2005-2008); Member, Planning and Zoning Section (1992-present)
- International Municipal Lawyers Association: Member, Program Planning Committee (2002-present); Former Regional Vice President; Former State Chair
- Boston University School of Law, J.D., 1982
- Occidental College, M.A., 1980
- Coro Foundation Fellows Program in Public Affairs, , St. Louis, 1978-1979
- Wesleyan University, B.A., 1978, cum laude
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