Maine Law students gear up for busy summer as Rural Practice Fellows

Here is a great article from Mainebiz: Maine Law students gear up for busy summer as Rural Practice Fellows. A three-year Rural Pilot Program launched last year by Maine Law with funding from the Maine Justice Foundation. PHOTO / TIM GREENWAY. Ryan Rutledge, left, and Cameron Goodwin, both students at the University of Maine School…Read More

17 April 2018, Posted in: Uncategorized

Protecting the Vulnerable Remains a Priority

The following article ran in Maine Voices in the Maine Sunday Telegram on 6/4/17. The Maine Justice Foundation aims to help protect those who face additional barriers, even within systems to help them. BY ARNIE MACDONALD, SPECIAL TO THE TELEGRAM The motto “Equal Justice for All” engraved on our Supreme Court building is fundamental to America’s exceptional…Read More

5 June 2017, Posted in: Uncategorized

Bill Harwood Honored at Muskie Access to Justice Dinner

Last Tuesday Maine’s champions for civil legal aid celebrated the contributions of Bill Harwood, the 2017 honoree at the annual Muskie Access to Justice Dinner. Bill has in the course of a 38-year legal practice represented hundreds of low-income Mainers pro bono, helped put in place key recommendations of Senator Muskie’s Commission on Legal Needs,…Read More

5 June 2017, Posted in: Uncategorized

Maine Justice Foundation Receives $1.5 Million under Bank of America Settlement

Diana Scully, executive director of the Maine Justice Foundation, announced that the Foundation has received $1,500,410 from the Bank of America mortgage settlement. The Foundation is one of 56 state-based organizations receiving funds under the settlement. The settlement addresses legal claims arising from mortgage-related activities by Bank of America and its subsidiaries. As mandated, the…Read More

19 August 2016, Posted in: Uncategorized