Drummond Woodsum Attorneys at Law

Portland, ME        207.772.1941
Portsmouth, NH        603.433.3317
Manchester, NH        603.716.2895
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Fields of Green: A Cannabis Business Symposium

Join us as we explore the most important business issues!confronting the Cannabis industry in Maine!

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Portland, ME

Regulated Substances



 
 
 




May 23, 2018

Matthew R. Serge
New Hampshire Municipal Association Junkyard Regulation Webinar








 
 
 




Summer 2018

Isabel B. Ekman
USM EDU 678 School Law

In this course offered through the University of Southern Maine, students will be aquainted with general principles of school law as found in the interpretation of constitutional and statutory provisions by the higher courts. Laws governing pupils, teaching personnel, and boards of education and special education will be stressed with particular emphasis on Maine school law.








 
 
 




May 17, 2018

Elek A. Miller
Saint Joseph's College CPA Workshop: Data Security








 
 
 




Drummond Woodsum Attorneys Ed Benjamin and Kasia Park Presented at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy

Drummond Woodsum attorneys Ed Benjamin and Kasia Park recently served on the faculty of the Maine Criminal Justice Academy’s 2018 New Chiefs Seminar.  This course is intended for ...

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Six Drummond Woodsum Attorneys Named 2018 Lawyer of the Year by Best Lawyers in America

Drummond Woodsum, one of northern New England’s premier law firms, is proud to announce that six of its attorneys have been selected by their peers as “Lawyer of the Year” for inclusion in the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

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April 28, 2018

Matthew R. Serge
New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning Spring Workshop








 
 
 




Defining the Limits: Schools, Students, Staff, and the First Amendment

Students and school employees retain their First Amendment rights both on and off campus – but those rights aren’t unlimited. Schools have authority to restrict or discipline speech, but must be careful to ensure that they do not infringe on constitutional rights as they do so.






 
 
 




New Chief’s and Sherriff’s Seminar at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy








 
 
 




Superior Court issues final Ruling on Goose Rocks Beach Case

The Town of Kennebunk, represented by attorneys Amy Tchao, David Kallin and Melissa Hewey, recently recieved the long-awaited decision in the case of Robert F. Almeder et al., v. Town of Kennebunkport, concerning public rights in Goose Rocks Beach. 

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