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
800.727.1941




GRADY R. BURNS

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207.253.0553 Phone
207.772.3627 Fax

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84 Marginal Way, Suite 600
Portland, ME 04101-2480


Assistant: Mary Kennedy




PRACTICE AREAS

Land Use & Conservation
Litigation
Municipal Law

EDUCATION

University of Maine School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude

University of Maine Farmington, B.A History, summa cum laude

University of Maine Farmington, B.S. Secondary Education - Social Studies, summa cum laude


BAR & COURT ADMISSIONS

Maine

MEMBERSHIPS

Maine Bar Association

Gignoux Inn of Court


COMMUNITY/PUBLIC SERVICE

Maine Justice Foundation

Auburn City Council
  Former City Councilor, at-large




PRACTICE AREAS

Land Use & Conservation
Litigation
Municipal Law

EDUCATION

University of Maine School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude

University of Maine Farmington, B.A History, summa cum laude

University of Maine Farmington, B.S. Secondary Education - Social Studies, summa cum laude


BAR & COURT ADMISSIONS

Maine

MEMBERSHIPS

Maine Bar Association

Gignoux Inn of Court


COMMUNITY/PUBLIC SERVICE

Maine Justice Foundation

Auburn City Council
  Former City Councilor, at-large




Grady R. Burns is a member of the Municipal and Land Use Group at the firm’s Portland office, with a practice focused on general municipal law, land use, and litigation.

Grady is a lifelong Mainer, and a graduate of the University of Maine Farmington and the University of Maine School of Law. Prior to and while attending law school, Grady served on the Auburn City Council, chairing the city’s Community Development Block Grant Citizen Advisory Committee, as well as the council’s Economic & Community Development Committee. 
 
Graduating second in his law school class, Grady was elected as the editor-in-chief of the Maine Law Review, and was a recipient of the law school’s Faculty Significant Achievement Award upon graduation. Following graduation, Grady received the Kenneth R. Clegg Award for Excellence, given for the highest overall score on the Maine Bar Exam.


PUBLICATIONS

  • Who Takes a Dam: Regulatory Confusion and Surging Opportunities for Small Dam Removal in Rural Maine, 71 Me. L. Rev. 361 (2019)


Grady R. Burns is a member of the Municipal and Land Use Group at the firm’s Portland office, with a practice focused on general municipal law, land use, and litigation.

Grady is a lifelong Mainer, and a graduate of the University of Maine Farmington and the University of Maine School of Law. Prior to and while attending law school, Grady served on the Auburn City Council, chairing the city’s Community Development Block Grant Citizen Advisory Committee, as well as the council’s Economic & Community Development Committee. 
 
Graduating second in his law school class, Grady was elected as the editor-in-chief of the Maine Law Review, and was a recipient of the law school’s Faculty Significant Achievement Award upon graduation. Following graduation, Grady received the Kenneth R. Clegg Award for Excellence, given for the highest overall score on the Maine Bar Exam.


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