Sorell Negro is an associate in Robinson+Cole's LandLaw Section, where she focuses on land use and environmental litigation. Her litigation experience spans federal and state court and includes land use appeals, complex real property disputes, regulation and remediation of wetlands, public health violations, and environmental contamination claims, including liability under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act. Ms. Negro provides guidance to clients on a variety of land use issues, including zoning, permitting and development, smart growth initiatives, coastal development, property rights, eminent domain, and impacts of proposed land use regulations and recently enacted legislation.
Prior to joining Robinson+Cole, Ms. Negro clerked for the Honorable Fernando M. Olguin of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. She holds a certificate in justice and peace studies from Georgetown University and a certificate in cross-cultural issues in mediation and negotiation from Cornell University's Scheinman Institute.