AREAS of PRACTICE
Attorney Carl Landolina represents public and private clients in real estate, zoning, land use, municipal, civil and criminal matters.
His legal practice has included representing clients in all State courts, as well as State Agencies, including Freedom of Information Commission. He has also practiced law with the law firms of Thomas W. Fahey, Jr. and Leary and Fahey, and served as a Special Public Defender for the State of Connecticut’s Office of the Public Defender where he handled felony criminal matters. Additionally, Attorney Landolina served as Assistant Town Counsel for the Town of Enfield, where he represented the Town in matters including legal research, drafting legal briefs for zoning and land use matters, and providing legal advise to the Town Council.
He has served as Town Counsel to the Town of Somers, Tolland, East Granby, and Windor Locks and to the Planning and Zoning Commissions of the Towns of Suffield and Ledyard.
Attorney Landolina’s professional activities have included serving as Speaker for the Young Lawyers Seminar on Boundary Line Disputes, Survey Issues.
Landolina earned his Juris Doctorate at the University of Connecticut School of Law in 1986. He earned his certification as a Medical Laboratory Specialist from the U.S. Academy of Health Sciences (San Antonio, Texas) in 1982 and graduated from Clark University in 1981.