Prior to opening her own practice, Karen A. Perry, Esq. practiced for over a decade at Robinson & Cole LLP in Hartford, Connecticut. She handled a variety of land use and environmental cases, from transactional work, zoning and wetlands permitting, compliance issues, to complex state and federal environmental litigation. She practiced trust and estates law, real estate law, and general practice law in Milford, Connecticut prior to joining Robinson & Cole.
Karen is a past Chair of the Environmental Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. She has also served as Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer and Legislative Liaison for the organization. Over the years, she has presented and spoken at numerous conferences on waterfront, land use and aquaculture issues.
A graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Law, Karen holds a Bachelor’s degree, with an interdepartmental major in economics /math from Union College. Her undergraduate economics thesis was presented at a National Symposium at the Caltech Institute of Technology. She was a member of the Economics Honor Society. She also holds a teaching certificate in mathematics. Karen is a graduate of Wyoming Seminary, a college preparatory school in Kingston, Pennsylvania..
Karen lives in Killingworth, CT with her family. She has been an active member of the community and has been a former Chair and member of Regional School District 17’s Board of Education. She has also served on the Killingworth Wetlands Commission, and spent four years elected to the Killingworth Board of Assessment Appeals. Karen has also coached soccer for the Haddam Killingworth Soccer Club and baseball for the Killingworth Little League.