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Professor Peter PitegoffCommunity 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 by Ron Phillips…

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Pauli Murray: A Lesson in Grit on the Journey to Justice

By Dean Danielle Conway

The Reverend Dr. Pauli Murray’s legacy of passionate American patriotism is both a gift and roadmap to all who seek justice in an imperfect world. Knowing that one’s origin story and lived experiences form part of a larger, more intricate tapestry, Pauli Murray was compelled to document how she negotiated many identities of being – woman, black, transgendered…

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Maine Law in the News

Bryn Gallagher '18Maine Center for Juvenile Policy and Law co-hosts Youth Justice Summit

On November 17th, Maine Law’s newly launched Maine Center for Juvenile Policy and Law (MCJPAL) and the University of Southern Maine’s Justice Policy Program hosted a juvenile justice summit, Youth Justice in Maine: Imagining a New Future. This event convened more than 100 national and local experts, juvenile justice practitioners, and youth voices, all of whom are committed to improving youth justice in Maine.

Michael Miller '19Maine Law honors wounded veterans with designated parking space

Wounded combat veterans will soon have a designated parking space at the University of Maine School of Law. Early next year, a parking space near the law building will be marked and reserved for recipients of the Purple Heart Medal, awarded to U.S. armed forces members who are wounded in battle, and family members of those killed in battle.

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