Chuck Storrow has a broad range of legal experience in subject areas ranging from health care to probate matters, with a focus on land use, real estate litigation, and state administrative law. Chuck is a problem solver with an eye for detail.
Chuck has extensive experience in land use matters. He has served on the Vermont Environmental Board, chaired the Calais Development Review Board, served as an alternate member of the District 6 Environmental Commission, and was a member of the Town of Fletcher Planning Commission.
Chuck has a B.A. (with distinction) in history from the University of Maine, and a J.D. from Vermont Law School, where he graduated with the highest academic ranking in his law school class. Chuck was a member of the Vermont Law Review in 1981-82, and authored “Federal/Private Energy Projects in the Green Mountain National Forest-Is Vermont Law Preempted?” 7 Vermont Law Review 97, 1981. In 1982-83 Chuck served as a law clerk for the Hon. Sterry R. Waterman, Senior Judge, U.S. Court for Appeals for the 2nd Circuit. Chuck grew up in Jericho, Vermont.