Elizabeth (Beth) Fortino
Beth Fortino represents a diverse array of clients in environmental law transactions. Beth strives to help clients understand, manage and limit environmental risk associated with business and property transactions. Beth's experience includes counseling clients in connection with their compliance efforts under a multiple of environmental programs.
Beth is the current chair of the Environmental Law Section of the Connecticut Bar Association and has closely been tracking the upcoming environmental law changes from the sunsetting of the Connecticut Property Transfer Act to the impending release-based regulations.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Beth worked as an environmental consultant. While in law school, Beth interned at the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
Beth is recognized by Chambers USA in the Connecticut Environmental category. In the 2022 guide, Chambers noted Beth as a "strong up-and-comer, noted for her expertise in environmental law." Chambers Lawyer Profile 2022
- BA, cum laude, Assumption College
- JD, Florida Coastal School of Law
- State of Connecticut
- State of Florida
- Connecticut Bar Association, Environmental Law Section, Chair
- Society of Women Environmental Professionals (SWEP), Connecticut Chapter Executive Committee, Secretary
- New Haven County Bar Association, Member
- Connecticut Bar Association, Young Lawyers Section, Member