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Maine Law's Rural Law Fellowship project delivers on its promise in Skowhegan

Maine School of Law announced today an early success in its initiative responding to the state’s looming shortage of rural lawyers.
The Portland-based law school said third-year student Ryan Rutledge has accepted a position as an associate attorney with Mills, Shay, Lexier & Talbot in Skowhegan. Rutledge is a two-time recipient of the Maine Law Rural Law Fellowship and worked at the firm this past summer during his fellowship placement.

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