Roger Reynolds

Senior Legal Counsel

rreynolds@ctenvironment.org
203-787-0646 x105

Roger Reynolds directs cases and legal matters for Save the Sound to protect Long Island Sound, inland waters, land, and air. He is also an adjunct professor at University of Connecticut School of Law where he established and teaches the Environmental Law Clinic and teaches Negotiation.

Before joining Save the Sound, Roger was an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Connecticut where he was lead counsel for the state on numerous environmental, consumer protection, and antitrust cases. He clerked for Justices Palmer and Callahan on the Connecticut Supreme Court and received his J.D. from NYU Law School.


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