Igor V. Bykov joined the firm as a law clerk, interning during law school. Now, he is an Associate at the firm and handles a variety of matters focusing predominantly on municipal law. Mr. Bykov is attentive to every client's needs and handles each case with exceptional care and diligence. Being a Hackettstown native, Mr. Bykov is familiar with the local conditions which enables him to provide critical insight to clients.
During his law school career, Mr. Bykov served as a Production Editor on Volume 43 of the Western New England Law Review. During his term, he published an article entitled “Give Me Freedom! How Ambiguous Federal Supervised Release Conditions Undermine the Purpose of the Sentencing Reform Act,” which urges the sentencing courts to reconsider imposing unclear terms of supervised release. Mr. Bykov also participated in Criminal Defense Practicum, during which he represented indigent clients in criminal matters, ranging from domestic disputes to possession-related charges.
In his free time, Igor enjoys playing and watching sports, particularly soccer and golf.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
- Municipal Law
- Zoning, Planning, and Land Use
Western New England School of Law
- Springfield, Massachusetts
- Juris Doctorate, 2021
University of Massachusetts – Amherst
- Amherst, Massachusetts
- B.A. English & Sociology, 2018