Rudman Winchell is delighted to announce a new attorney.

Rudman Winchell is delighted to announce that Stephen W. Wagner, Esq., has joined the law firm. Stephen will practice in the firm’s Municipal Law section.

Stephen comes to Rudman Winchell from Concord, New Hampshire, where he spent two years practicing environmental and land use law. Prior to this, he clerked for the Maine Superior Court.

“Stephen’s varied experiences in the municipal and land use practices will be a helpful addition to the Rudman Winchell family,” states Partner Ed Bearor. “We are happy to welcome him to the firm.”

Stephen graduated from the College of the Atlantic with a degree in Human Ecology and earned his law degree at the University of Maine School of Law, where he served as articles editor of the Ocean & Coastal Law Journal.

Stephen and his wife are happy to return to the area to raise their family. In his free time, he enjoys experimenting in the kitchen, tending the garden, hiking in the Maine woods, and spending time at the family camp in downeast Maine.

Stephen W. Wagner | Associate 
The Graham Building|84 Harlow Street
P.O. Box 1401|Bangor, Maine 04402-1401
tel: 207.992.4414 |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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