Edmond J. Bearor
Edmond J. Bearor has been the managing partner of Rudman Winchell since 2010. His practice includes municipal and administrative law; and real estate transactions, development, and litigation. Since 2007, Ed has been recognized as a Best Lawyer, including being honored as the Best Lawyer of the Year for Zoning and Land Use Law in 2012 and 2016. He has also achieved a Distinguished rating by Martindale and is recognized by SuperLawyers.
Ed served as town administrator for Newport, Maine and is a past chair of the Municipal Law Section of the Maine State Bar Association. He has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Maine in the public management program, teaching local government law to upper-class undergraduates and graduate students. In 2016 Ed was appointed by the Maine Supreme Judicial Court as Chair of the Appellate Rules Advisory Committee and reappointed as Chair of the Committee in 2019. Ed serves on the Board of directors at EMDC.
Edmond J. Bearor is a Jay, Maine native. He is a graduate of the University of Maine and of the University Of Maine School Of Law.
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Selected for The Best Lawyers in America, continuously since 2007.