Drummond Woodsum Attorneys at Law

Portland, ME        207.772.1941
Portsmouth, NH        603.433.3317
Manchester, NH        603.716.2895
Lebanon, NH        603.448.2221

November 26, 2018

Keriann Roman
Attorney Keriann Roman Returns to Drummond Woodsum

Drummond Woodsum is delighted to announce Keriann Roman's return to the firm as a member of the firm's growing Municipal Law Practice in New Hampshire. 

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November 7, 14 & 19, 2018

Eric R. Herlan
Allen L. Kropp
Section 504 Webinar Series: Everything You Need to Know!

This is the definitive three-part review of all the key requirements of Section 504 as it impacts students in your schools. Drummond Woodsum attorneys Eric Herlan and Allen Kropp are national experts in this area and will provide all the information you need.


Drummond Woodsum Attorneys Jamie Kilbreth and David Kallin Represent Candidate Jared Golden in Rank Choice Voting Lawsuit

On Election Day neither of the two leading candidates for Maine’s 2nd Congressional District seat - incumbent Bruce Poliquin and challenger Jared Golden - received a majority of the vote, causing the contest to be determined by ranked choice voting for the first time in a US congressional race.

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November 15, 2018

Malina E. Dumas
Tribes, Treaties and Time, 15th Annual ILPC/TICA Indigenous Law Conference


November 15, 2018

Kaighn Smith
Professional Responsibility & Ethical Obligations, 15th Annual ILPC/TICA Indigenous Law Conference


November 15, 2018

David J. Backer
Maine State Bar Association Legal Year in Review – Updates to Maine’s Probate Code, Title 18-C


Gardner Fulton & Waugh to Merge With Drummond Woodsum

Drummond Woodsum is teaming up with Gardner Fulton & Waugh to create a single team with greater depth and resources to meet the needs of New Hampshire municipal and school clients.  The two firms made the announcement at the New Hampshire Municipal Association annual conference in Manchester.  The merger will be completed in January, 2019.  


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November 14, 2018

C. Christine Fillmore
Municipal Law Update, New Hampshire Municipal Conference


Schools, Technology and the Law

Technology has become ubiquitous in most schools and continues to change the way schools function and how people interact with each other. This workshop is designed to help you identify key issues and provide practical guidance about how to address them.

Augusta, ME

School & Education


November 8, 2018

Jeremy R. Fischer


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