Community Development and Economic Justice

By Professor Peter Pitegoff On the coast of Maine in 1978, an emerging community development organization helped secure financing to successfully rebuild a fish processing plant that had been destroyed by fire. Coastal Enterprises, Inc. (CEI), founded a year earlier … continue reading

Cold War Redux or Hot War De Novo?

By Professor Charles H. Norchi Pyongyang claims to test a hydrogen bomb, Defense Secretary James Mattis warns of “massive military response,” the United Nations Security Council meets in emergency session, and the United States enhances all three legs of its … continue reading

Maine Women’s Equality Day

By Dean Danielle Conway The following are Dean Conway’s remarks from the Maine Women’s Equality Day March on August 26, 2017. I thank you for this opportunity to speak on this day as we commemorate the ratification of the 19th … continue reading

Maine Law and La France: The Tradition Continues

By Professor Charles Norchi The State of Maine and its law school have a long-standing relationship with “La Francophonie.”[1] We border Quebec- a Francophone province of Canada; large numbers of Mainers identify as “Francos” and speak French; and many “new … continue reading

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