Eighty-Two students earn J.D. degrees at Maine Law Graduation
More than two dozen merit awards were also awarded
DiscoverLaw.org PLUS Program at Maine Law encourages diversity in legal education
Participants include students originally from Afghanistan, Brazil, China, Kenya, and the UK
Amanda Hemmerich ’16 publishes article in the <em>Environmental Law Reporter</em>
“From Fire Comes Life: Why Courts Assessing Forest Fire Damages Should Recognize Ecological Benefits”
Why I Give
“Because Maine Law supported me and for that I am forever grateful."
- Mackenzie Simpson '12
Portland, Maine
“Terrific education in a terrific atmosphere."
- Christina Valar Breen '91
Holden, Maine
Joy Naifeh ’18

Hometown: Nashville, TN

Undergrad: University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Graduate: Cornell University

Pre-Law School Career: Preservation Manager, Historic New England
De'Anna Mills '17

Hometown: Aurora, CO

Undergrad: Metropolitan State University of Denver

Majors/Minors: B.S. in Criminal Justice & Criminology

Pre-Law School Career: Corrections Case Manager in residential and prison settings
Ira Waldman '76
Ira Waldman ’76 began his legal career as a real estate finance lawyer at Union Mutual. He is now a partner at Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP, a law firm specializing in servicing clients involved in the real estate industry.  One of his areas of expertise is representing developers in connection with development projects on land ground leased from municipalities.   Since 1986, Ira has represented developers on 60 – 70% of the transactions in Marina del Rey.
Upcoming Events
SAVE THE DATE: The American Bar Association, Maine Chiefs of Police Association, Maine Chapter of American College of Physicians, and the University of Maine School of Law are pleased to present: Gun Violence in Maine: How Best to Respond.
Maine Law is pleased to partner with the ABA Section of Public Contract Law to present "The Convergence of Federal and State/Local Procurement Law". The program includes an optional full day of training in fundamental issues of government purchasing. The second day features more in-depth programming in issues at the intersection of purchasing in federal, state, and local venues.
The 24th annual Frank M. Coffin Lecture on Law and Public Service will be delivered by Margaret Groban, Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Maine. Attorney Groban will discuss “The Federal Government’s Role in Securing Justice in Domestic Abuse Cases” on November 2, 2016 at 7:00 pm in the Abromson Community Education Center.
Moments at Maine Law