Kathleen Heyer focuses her practice on land use litigation, representing property owners, developers, and banks in a wide variety of title and land use matters, including boundary disputes, encroachments, and title defects.
She regularly appears before various municipal boards, and handles zoning and planning appeals to the Land Court and Superior Court. Kathleen also has a passion for affordable housing and a strong interest in land use planning and sustainable development.
At New England Law, Kathleen won multiple awards and served as an associate, and later executive literary editor, for the Law Review. In her spare time, Kathleen enjoys reading, cycling, and gardening.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kathleen M. Heyer