I graduated from Colgate University in 1973, and went to work in a boatyard building 25-30 foot sailboats for two years. After graduating from the University of Maine School of Law in 1978, I served as a law clerk to Chief Justice Vincent L. McKusick and Associate Justice Charles A. Pomeroy of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. I practiced at the Portland, Maine firm of Thompson, McNaboe, Ashley & Bull, from 1979-1994, where I specialized in Admiralty and Maritime law matters. In 1994, I left to help form the firm Tompkins, Clough, Hirshon & Langer, P.A., where I was a shareholder from 1994-2010, and where I continued my practice in the Admiralty and Maritime law field. In October, 2010, I joined Thompson Bowie & Hatch LLC, where I continue to practice Admiralty & Maritime law. I have served in a number of civil organizations, including the Yarmouth Planning Board (Yarmouth, Maine), and on the boards of various non-profit organizations. I currently serve as chairman of the United States District Court Local Rules Advisory Committee.
What legal services does this lawyer offer?
Admiralty and Maritime Law (Environmental)
Admiralty and Maritime Law (Regulatory & Government)