Please join EBC in welcoming Jessica to the Committee! Please see below for more information.
Jessica Bardi, Associate
Robinson + Cole
One Boston Place, 26th Floor, Boston, MA 02108
617-557-5982 | [email protected]
Jessica Bardi concentrates her practice on land use and environmental law and related litigation. She is a member of the firm’s Real Estate + Development Group.
Jess counsels developers, landowners, businesses, and other organizations on local, state and national land use and environmental regulations, and represents them in permitting for development projects. She has experience with zoning, planning, subdivision, local and state wetlands permitting, Chapter 91 licensing, the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act, Army Corps of Engineers permitting, NPDES permitting and Chapter 21E. Jess has appeared on behalf of clients in a broad range of proceedings , including wetlands permitting appeals and land use disputes in front of the Massachusetts Superior Court, Massachusetts Land Court, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, and local Conservation Commissions, Planning Boards and Zoning Boards of Appeals. Prior to joining Robinson+Cole, Jess practiced with a municipal law firm and with a firm focused on wetland and waterways permitting and counseling.
In addition to her practice, Jess is an active member of Robinson+Cole’s Associates Council and its Wellbeing Committee. The Council serves as a liaison between associates and firm management to ensure that issues that are important to associates are effectively communicated to partners within the firm. The mission of the Wellbeing Committee is to provide education, assistance, and opportunities to help ensure the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of everyone who works at the firm, to help combat mental health distress and substance abuse, and to meet the goals of the American Bar Association Well-Being Pledge.
Jess is an active member of the Environmental Business Council of New England. She holds positions on the Ascending Professionals Committee and the Ocean and Coastal Resources Committee, where she regularly participates in planning efforts and co-chairing panels for both committees. She is also a member of the Women’s Environmental Network Young Professionals Committee.