Spotlight on jobs: Class of 2013 members hired in Maine and beyond
Nov. 15, 2013
Maine Law Grads: Where are they now?
We won’t get a full picture of employment for the University of Maine School of Law class of 2013 until they are surveyed in February, but many of them have landed excellent jobs.
Here is a sampling of the jobs accepted by our most recent graduates. It is by no means comprehensive. All alumni who have job news – please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to hear from you!
Katie Hollstrom, ’13, was hired as Assistant District Attorney for Waldo County.
Braden Clement, ’13, joined the Verrill Dana law firm in Portland as an associate.
Kathryn “Christie” Herman, ‘13, works for the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship in Washington, D.C.
Diana DeJesus, ’13, was hired as Community Programs Specialist by the Maine Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Aging and Disability Services.
Allison Ouellet, ’13, is working for attorney Jeffrey Lovit, in the town of Milbridge in Washington County.
Hank Fenton, ’13, is Deputy Counsel for Maine Governor Paul LePage.
Jessica Currier, ’13, has joined the law firm of Currier & Trask in Presque Isle.
Josh McCoy, ’13, a chemist turned lawyer from Wooster, Ohio, was hired by Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox, an intellectual property law firm in Washington, D.C.
Kasia Park, ’13, joined the law firm of Pierce Atwood in Portland as an associate.
Taylor Kilgore, ’13, was hired by Boothby and Perry, a law firm with offices in Turner and South Paris.
Shawn Walsh, ’13, was hired by the Maine Workers Compensation Board, Worker Advocate Division in Augusta.
Erin McNamara, ’13, has been hired by the Basham & Scott law firm in Brunswick.