December 10, 2018
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Attorney Kenlan joins Trinity Jubilee Center board of directors

Community Author: Trevor Maxwell
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Trevor Maxwell | BDN
Trevor Maxwell | BDN

Timothy Kenlan of Lewiston, an attorney at the Berman & Simmons law firm, has joined the board of directors of the Trinity Jubilee Center.

Located in downtown Lewiston, the Trinity Jubilee Center is a non-profit, secular organization that provides services and advocacy for underserved populations including the poor, elderly, homeless, immigrants, and refugees. The center’s five programs — the Meals Program, Food Pantry, Day Shelter, Resource Center, and Refugee Integration Program — serve more than 1,000 people every week.

Kenlan has worked as an attorney at Berman & Simmons since 2012. He represents clients with personal injury and product liability claims, and has extensive experience handling insurance coverage issues. Kenlan is a graduate of Indiana University and the University of Maine School of Law. As a student attorney for the law school’s legal aid clinic, he represented low-income Mainers in a wide range of legal matters.