Sara Bronin is a professor of law and faculty director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Law at University of Connecticut School of Law. Her work focuses on the way the law can facilitate economically and environmentally sustainable American cities and her research examines property, land use, historic preservation, green building, and renewable energy.
She serves as an Associate Reporter on ALI’s Restatement of the Law Fourth, Property project.
Professor Bronin is also a licensed architect and chairs the City of Hatford’s Planning & Zoning Commission where she has overseen sweeping changes to the zoning, subdivision, and inland wetlands regulations.
She has taught courses in property, land use, historic preservation law, and renewable energy/green building law.
EDUCATION: University of Texas, Austin, B.A.; University of Oxford (Magdalen College), M.Sc.; Yale Law School, J.D.