Christopher A. D'Ovidio, is the principal of D'Ovidio Law. His practice focuses on land use, zoning, environmental and property law, municipal and administrative law, corporate formation, wills and estates and general practice and litigation. He serves as General Counsel to Pawtuxet River Authority. In addition to his practice of law, he is a professor of land use law at Roger Williams University School of Law. Christopher was formerly assistant solicitor for the Town of New Shoreham, attorney for the Conservation Law Foundation and environmental scientist and engineering technician for the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management. Christopher has served on various state and local boards, committees and commissions, addressing renewable energy, water allocation, affordable housing, water quality and land use and zoning matters. Christopher has been an invited lecturer in various forums, including, the 2010 through 2016 Rhode Island Bar Annual Meeting to present recent developments in environmental and land use legislation, regulations, polices and case law. With nearly 30 years of experience in the field of local, state and federal environmental, land use and zoning matter, Christopher offers a diverse and unique professional background to his clients.