Murray Plumb & Murray expands with addition of two new attorneys
Murray Plumb & Murray is pleased to welcome two new associates to the firm.
Carolyn Liegner practices in a wide range of civil litigation areas, and will be working within the Litigation and Trial, Employment, and Business and Corporate practice groups. Prior to joining Murray Plumb & Murray, Liegner worked as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable John A. Woodcock Jr. of the United States District Court for the District of Maine.
During law school, Liegner served as a Bernstein Fellow to the Honorable Wayne Douglas in York County District Court. She also worked as a student attorney at the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic, representing juvenile and adult clients in civil and criminal proceedings. In her third year, she successfully represented an appellate client before the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. Liegner is a resident of Cumberland.
Sean Turley joins the firm with a focus on Business Reorganization & Insolvency, Education Law, Land Use & Environmental Law, and Litigation. Turley has served as a law clerk for the Maine Superior Court and as a fellow at the Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project.
Prior to joining Murray Plumb & Murray, Turley worked for ten years as a history teacher and has dedicated himself to preserving and expanding Maine’s rich apple culture through foraging; working with local chefs and orchards to present an annual public apple tasting; helping in the development and management of the Maine Heritage Orchard; and photographing and writing about the wide array of heirloom cultivars still grown today. Turley is a resident of Portland.
“We’re excited to welcome Carolyn and Sean, both of whom have demonstrated their talents in previous roles and are already fitting in well,” said Drew Anderson, Managing Director of Murray Plumb & Murray. “As a firm, we look forward to continuing to provide the superior service we pride ourselves on with these new additions.”