The Trilling Environmental Law Firm, LLC handles a wide variety of matters with regard to the environment and "green" business and real estate issues. These include business and real estate transactions, due diligence investigations, site remediation, brownfields redevelopment, community relations, historic preservation, wetlands, insurance transactions, legislation, rule making, debt and equity financing, climate change and energy efficiency matters, and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) matters, as well as environmental litigation and dispute resolution.
Through its Managing Member and principal lawyer Barry J. Trilling, Trill-EnviroLaw provides first-tier representation comparable to what our clients could find at large corporate and high priced environmental "boutique" firms in New York, Boston, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and similar cities.
With more than 40 years experience at large firms, in government, and at smaller firms, Mr. Trilling knows the value equation important in all business engagements that weighs the level of service on the scale of importance to the client's interest, without ever sacrificing quality of representation.
Chambers USA America's Leading Lawyers for Business has listed Mr. Trilling in its "Band 1" first tier of environmental lawyers in Connecticut every year since it has rated environmental practitioners. In addition, Mr. Trilling is listed in The International Who's Who of Environmental Lawyers and he serves as faculty member of the Center for Education of NAIOP (Commercial Real Estate Development Association), the continuing professional education source in core competencies for commercial real estate professionals.
Barry J. Trilling, Esq.
The Trilling Environmental Law Firm, LLC
357 Commerce Drive, Box 320058
Fairfield, Connecticut 06825
Tel: 203 450-7100
Cell: 203 556-3764
Our Mission Statement:Founded as an alternative to in-house counsel and high priced corporate law firms, Trill-EnviroLaw provides high quality, cost-effective, productive representation to business entities, government agencies, not-for-profit organizations, and individuals on environmental and other related issues that arise in the operation of their business and real estate.
At the intersection of environmental issues,
law, business, and real estate. Practice confined primarily to matters dealing with the environment and historic preservation.