Alan M. Kosloff practiced energy and environmental law. Prior to entering private practice in 1981, Mr. Kosloff was: (1) Staff Attorney to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Enforcement and General Counsel; (2) General Counsel to the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection; (3) Acting Director of Solid Waste Management for the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection; and (4) Assistant Attorney General, State of Connecticut, providing legal representation to the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, the Power Facility Evaluation Council (currently the Connecticut Siting Council) and the Energy Division of the Office of Policy and Management. While in private practice he assisted clients in the following: (1) regulatory compliance work (including facility siting) before all environmental agencies; (2) environmental litigation; and (3) transactional work involving environmentally impaired property, and Brownfields remediation and restoration.
Mr. Kosloff taught Water Pollution Control Law at the University of Connecticut School of Law for eight years. He was the Director of the Energy and Environmental Law Practice Clinic at the Law School for four years. Mr. Kosloff was a member of the Executive Committee of the Environmental Law Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. He was the Chairman of the Bristol Property Renewal Corporation. He is the co-author of Connecticut Environmental Practice, Kosloff and Batchelor, Butterworth Legal Publishers (1993).
Mr. Kosloff retired from Alter & Pearson, LLC, in 2018.
COLLEGE: University of Connecticut, B.S., 1968
LAW SCHOOL: National Law Center, George Washington University, J.D., cum laude, 1971