DRUMMOND WOODSUM ANNOUNCES A $50,000 GIFT TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MAINE LAW SCHOOL AND THE WABANAKI CENTER
January 23, 2020
Drummond Woodsum, a leading law firm based in Portland, Maine, announced a $50,000 multi-year gift to the University of Maine Law School and the Wabanaki Center at the University of Maine, Orono, designed to increase awareness of careers in the law among Native Americans in Maine. Drummond Woodsum Managing Director, Benjamin Marcus, in announcing the gift, stated: “In coordination with Maine Law and the Wabanaki Center, we aim to raise awareness about law as a career among Native American college undergraduates in Maine. As a firm that represents tribal clients in Maine and throughout the United States, this is a matter of considerable importance to us and our clients.” Among other things, the gift will assist in funding the Law School’s PreLaw Undergraduate Scholars Program.
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