November 13, 2017

On the cover

Maine Law tackles the need for more young lawyers in state's rural communities

Maine's rural communities could use more younger lawyers amid a looming shortage prompted by an aging out of the profession.

features

Maine Credit Union League's new CEO has upbeat outlook on his sector of state's economy

Michigan native Todd Mason succeeded John Murphy as president and CEO of the Maine Credit Union...

Handling employees who want to work from home.

Q: One of our senior designers wants to work at home but we're worried that would hurt staff...

This edition's focus

Legal eagles: Young lawyers finding Maine's quality of life is a compelling reason to stay here

Lindsay Milne landed her dream job when she graduated from Fordham University law school in 2010, at Akin Gump in New...

Eaton Peabody, like other firms, tackles aging demographics

Steady growth at Eaton Peabody is rooted in the law firm's Maine-centric vision of client service.

Portland Jetport FBO continues to invest: Opens $3.5M terminal and is adding hangar

When Henry Laughlin III took over Northeast Air at the Portland International Jetport from his father in 1985, the...

Columns

Temperament assessments a good tool for building team effectiveness

By Bill Stone of Promising Futures
How do you build good teams? Temperament assessments, such as the...

A new CEO at STARC and additional investment in Auburn P&G site

By STAFF
Within weeks of securing $3.5 million in financing from...