Lawyer Believes Environmentalism, Capitalism Can Coexist

March 18, 2004
The Commercial Record, March 12, 2004, by Ashley Wilkins
Barry J. Trilling sees potential where others may see only pollution.

Trilling, an environmental lawyer and a leader in brownfields development, is a partner in the Stamford-based law firm Wiggin and Dana where he works in the Real Estate, Environmental and Land Use Department.  Recently, he was appointed to the National Urban Redevelopment Forum of the 10,000-member National Association of Industrial  and Office Properties.  The forum is limited to principal members who are actively involved in redevelopment projects in urban areas and older communities with the possible involvement of brownfields.