Mr. Bobrowski has been a professor at the New England School of lawsince 1986, where he teaches Land Use Law, Real Property, and Administrative Law. He is also a principal in the firm of Blatman, Bobrowski & Mead, LLC, with offices in Concord, Massachusetts. He is the author of the Handbook of Massachusetts Land Use and Planning Law, now in its second edition. The Handbook is frequently cited by the courts of the Commonwealth in their reported decisions regarding land use matters. Mr. Bobrowski has also written numerous articles on topics ranging from affordable housing to protection of the scenic landscape.
Mr. Bobrowski’s teaching and practice have focused his expertise to all aspects of zoning, subdivision control and affordable housing. He is frequently engaged by municipalities to assist with large projects, particularly those requiring complicated zoning changes or development agreements. He served as a mediator with the Massachusetts Office of Dispute Resolution in Ch. 40B affordable housing appeals to the Housing Appeals Committee. He has litigated dozens of land use cases before the Land Court and Superior Court and argued many times at the appellate level.
Mr. Bobrowski has written zoning ordinances and by-laws for nearly 100 of the Commonwealth’s cities and towns, and is a regular speaker at the conferences of the City Solicitor and Town Counsel Association of Massachusetts, the Massachusetts Municipal Association, the Mass. Continuing Legal Education Program, and the Massachusetts Building Commissioners Association, among others. He served on Governor Romney’s Task Force for Affordable Housing and now serves on Governor Patrick’s Zoning Task Force, charged with reforming the Zoning Act.