The law firm of Nolan, Sheehan, Patten, LLP has announced the additions of Kris Gosselin and Colette Irving as associates in the firm.
Kris Gosselin’s practice focuses on affordable housing and community development real estate transactions. Kris has experience representing public and quasi-public agencies, developers and lenders in connection with real estate disposition and financing transactions. During law school, Kris interned with The Community Builders, Inc., a nationally present nonprofit organization focused on developing and managing affordable housing, and Klein Hornig LLP, a law firm with a similar focus on affordable housing and community development.
Colette Irving’s practice focuses on affordable housing and community development real estate transactions. Prior to joining Nolan Sheehan Patten, Colette worked as Research Analyst & Legal Counsel for the Massachusetts Joint Committee on Housing where she focused on legislation related to the Massachusetts low income housing tax credit, bond financing, public housing, rental vouchers and homelessness. Colette also received the 2014 BC Law Public Service Fellowship, allowing her to serve as a one year fellow for the Massachusetts Law Reform Institute.