PORTLAND, Maine — Murray, Plumb & Murray is pleased to announce that Kelly McDonald has recently been made a partner of the firm.
McDonald joined Murray, Plumb & Murray in 2005. He litigates many different types of cases in both state and federal court including commercial, real estate, construction disputes, land use, bankruptcy (creditor’s rights), and products liability litigation.
He serves as chairman of the MaineShare board and chairman of the Police Citizen Review Subcommittee for the City of Portland. He is also a member of the American Civil Liberties Union of Maine Legal Panel and a member of the Maine Motor Transport Association board. He has provided pro bono litigation services to dozens of victims of domestic abuse to help them obtain protection orders.
He is a graduate of the University of Virginia Law School, where he received awards for best oral argument and for his pro bono work. He received his bachelor of arts in mathematics and philosophy from Bates College.
He lives in Portland.
Murray, Plumb & Murray, a New England law firm, offers a diverse range of sophisticated legal services in business and corporate, land use, litigation and trial, real estate, and education law. While its physical office is in Portland, Maine, the firm’s practice serves the nation and spans the globe. For more information about Murray, Plumb & Murray, visit www.mpmlaw.com.
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