Christopher D. Kelley
cum laude, 1981
College of William and Mary, A.B.,
with high honors in History and Government, 1978
National Institute of Trial Advocacy, 1989 Areas of Law Business & Corporate Law
Land Use & Zoning
Wills Trusts & Estates
For over 30 years Mr. Kelley has litigated at both the trial and appellate levels. His experience also includes administrative litigation before the Department of Environmental Conservation, Suffolk County Department of Health Services, and numerous town boards, planning boards, and zoning boards of appeal on Long Island. He has served on the faculty of numerous bar association continuing legal education seminars in the areas of civil procedure, land use and environmental law. Mr. Kelley is a former chairman of the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals and served for 19 years as chairman of the East Hampton Town Democratic Committee.
He is a former president of the Springs School Board, having served for 12 years, and he has served on numerous boards of directors for local and Long Island-wide charities and not-for-profits including A Program Planned for Life Enrichment (A.P.P.L.E.), a residential drug treatment facility, and was instrumental in the establishment and construction of the East Hampton branch. He has served on the Vestry and as Junior Warden and Treasurer of St. Luke’s Church in East Hampton.
In 2013, Mr. Kelley was named a New York Metropolitan Area “Super Lawyer” in the field of Real Estate Law.
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