Rudman Winchell is delighted to announce a new attorney.

Rudman Winchell is delighted to announce that Katelynn J Ronan, Esq., has joined the law firm.  She will practice in the firm’s Real Estate and Corporate sections.

Katelynn comes to Rudman Winchell directly from more than nine months of internships with Rudman Winchell during law school. As an intern, Katelynn was exposed to multiple areas of law, including real estate, corporate, employment, estate planning, and litigation.

Katelynn graduated from the University of Maine in 2015 with a degree in Finance and Management and earned her law degree with a concentration in Business/Corporate Law in 2018 from Northeastern University School of Law, where she served as a Lawyering Fellow. Katelynn is currently back at the University of Maine to earn her Masters of Business Administration, where she serves as a Maine Mentor.

Katelynn serves on the board of Good Samaritan Agency and the Executive Committee of UpStart. She is originally from Glenburn and currently lives in Holden where she enjoys collecting Frank Sinatra records and spending time with family.

Katelynn J. Ronan | Associate 
The Graham Building|84 Harlow Street
P.O. Box 1401|Bangor, Maine 04402-1401
tel: 207.992.2599 |fax: 207.941.9715

Rudman Winchell is a full service law firm serving the people, businesses and communities of Maine. With our vast legal resources and almost 30 attorneys located in Bangor, we are a true strategic partner with the clients we serve.

For more information, please contact:

Carin Sychterz/Manager of Business Development

(207) 992- 2300       csychterz@rudmanwinchell.com

 

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