Kennebec County Environmental Lawyers
Compare top rated Maine attorneys serving Kennebec County.
Environmental, Health Care and Municipal
Thomas A. Harnett
Kennebec County, ME Environmental Law Lawyer with 40 years of experience
Environmental and Civil Rights
New York University School of Law
Environmental, Estate Planning and Real Estate
Environmental, Administrative and Bankruptcy
Environmental, Criminal and DUI
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Sarah McDaniel Esq
Cumberland County, ME Environmental Law Attorney with 17 years of experience
Free ConsultationEnvironmental, Appeals, Municipal and Real Estate
Harvard Law School
After receiving her B.A. from College of the Atlantic and her M.E.S. from Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Sarah McDaniel worked in the land conservation and planning department at The Trustees of Reservations, a state-wide land trust in Massachusetts, for three years before graduating Harvard Law School in 2003. Sarah founded Maine Land Law in 2009 after developing a law practice focusing on all aspects of real property law, with a particular emphasis on conservation transactions, civil litigation, and land use permitting. In 2013, Sarah joined with colleagues to co-found Douglas McDaniel & Campo LLC, PA...
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2 Monument Square, Suite 900
P.O. Box 17555
Portland, ME 04112
Environmental, Business, Employment and Insurance Claims
University of Maine - School of Law
Environmental and Municipal
Sean P. Joyce
Cumberland County, ME Environmental Law Attorney with 29 years of experience
Environmental, Bankruptcy, Products Liability and Real Estate
Fordham University School of Law
Environmental, Business, Civil Rights and Real Estate
Environmental, Arbitration & Mediation, Business and Real Estate
Environmental and Business
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