Bradley C. Morin
Bradley C. Morin has practiced law in Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire since 2006. His clients include individuals, businesses and municipal government entities. Brad has successfully represented clients at trial (including jury trials), on appeal, in mediation, arbitration and in municipal or administrative proceedings. Brad also represents clients in the formation of business entities, and the purchase or sale of businesses.
Areas of Practice: Brad currently represents clients in civil litigation, personal injury, wrongful death, divorce and child custody cases, probate of estates, contested matters involving wills and guardianships, business law, boundary and easement disputes, and matters involving land use. He also represents more than 160 businesses as corporate counsel.
Bar Memberships and Associations of Distinction: Brad is licensed to practice in state and federal courts of Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. He is a member of the Maine Bar Association, Maine Trial Lawyers Association, New Hampshire Bar Association, and York County Bar Association.
Experience and Education: Prior to joining Bourque & Clegg LLC, Brad practiced in the Boston office of an international law firm, working on complex litigation including products liability, securities regulation, and class actions. Brad graduated from the University of Maine in 1999 and Boston University School of Law in 2006, summa cum laude. While in law school, Brad wrote for Boston University Law Review, and represented criminal defendants in the school’s legal aid clinic.
Personal: Before entering the practice of law, Brad worked as a newspaper reporter in Maine and New Hampshire. Brad resides with his wife and two children in Sanford.
Christopher R. Causey
Christopher R. Causey has been practicing law for 15 years. He has successfully litigated and tried personal injury, complex commercial, divorce and family law cases in state and federal courts in Maine and Alaska. He currently represents dozens of individuals in York, Cumberland, and Kennebec Counties.
Personal Injury: Chris has recovered millions of dollars for his personal injury clients, including motorcycle riders, bicyclists, innocent drivers, pedestrians, and family members of those injured or killed by the negligence or wrongful acts of others. Chris handles cases against commercial truck drivers, business and land owners, state and local government entities, and professionals. These cases include wrongful death, slip-and-fall, car and motorcycle accidents, premises liability, medical and dental claims, products liability, assaults and boating cases.
Divorce/Family Law: Chris has also developed expertise in representing clients in complex divorce and family law cases, including those cases involving businesses, multiple parcels of real estate, complex compensation and retirement structures, financial misconduct, domestic abuse and child-custody battles. Chris’s approach to his divorce and family law cases focuses on providing his clients with trusted counsel and achieving successful results, whether through mediation or at trial.
Bar Memberships and Associations of Distinction: Chris is admitted to practice law in Maine and Alaska and the Federal District Courts for the Districts of Maine and Alaska. He is a member of the Maine State Bar Association, the Maine Trial Lawyers Association, the American Association of Justice and the American Bar Association. Chris has also served as the co-chair of the Alternate Dispute Resolution Section of the Maine Bar Association.
Education and Judicial Clerkships: Chris earned his law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School, in Portland, Oregon, where he was a member of the Cornelius Honor Society and the 1999 winner of Harpole Legacy Award for legal scholarship and enthusiasm for life. Following law school, Chris law-clerked for the Honorable H. Russel Holland of the United States District Court of Alaska, presiding judge over the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Federal litigation. Chris earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Colgate University, where he received the Lascher Writing Award for writing.
Personal: In between college and law school Chris worked for several years as a commercial fisherman in Kodiak, Alaska. He lives in Falmouth, Maine, with his two daughters and enjoys cycling, fishing, and attending his daughters’ swim meets.
Anna Polko Clark
Areas of Practice: Anna Polko Clark has been with the firm since August of 2015. She represents clients in a variety of legal areas including probate litigation, estate planning, family law, protection from abuse, protection from harassment and criminal law. Anna regularly appears in court on behalf of her clients. She also serves as a guardian ad litem in family matters cases and child protection cases.
Bar Memberships and Associations: Anna is admitted to practice law in the State of Maine. She is a member of the Maine State Bar Association and the Maine Trial Lawyers Association.
Education and Judicial Clerkships: Before joining the firm, Anna clerked for the Honorable Jeffrey L. Hjelm of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. She graduated from the University of Maine School of Law, where she was a member of the Maine Law Review and served as an extern at the U.S. Attorney’s Office and the Lewiston District Court. Anna also worked at the Law School’s Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic, representing individuals in criminal, family, juvenile and child protection matters, and was the recipient of the Clinic’s Outstanding Clinical Student Award. Prior to law school, Anna earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Pennsylvania State University.
Personal: Anna and her husband live in Southern Maine with their two dogs and enjoy being outdoors, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.
Jill S. Cramer
Areas of Practice:
Jill joined the firm in August 2016. She represents clients in family law matters, divorces, parental rights and responsibilities, protection from abuse cases, and post judgment matters.
She has also represented individuals in forcible entry and detainer actions, probate matters (including guardianships and contested estate cases), real estate and business transactions, enforcement of mechanic’s liens actions, and small claims cases.
Bar Memberships and Associations:
Jill is admitted to practice in the States of Maine and Vermont. She is a member of the Maine State, Vermont, and York County Bar Associations.
Education and Judicial Clerkships:
Prior to joining Bourque & Clegg, Jill served as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Thomas E. Humphrey at the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. She earned her law degree at the University of Maine School of Law, graduating summa cum laude and serving as student attorney at the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic and as executive editor of the Ocean and Coastal Law Journal. She received her Bachelor’s degree, cum laude, from Syracuse University and a Master’s degree in Education from St. Michael’s College.
Before moving to Maine in 2012, Jill taught elementary special education in Vermont for nearly twelve years. She lives in Biddeford with her family and spends her weekends golfing, cooking, and exploring the beautiful State of Maine.
Ronald D. Bourque
Ronald D. Bourque has been practicing law for 42 years, and is counsel to the firm. He earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Detroit, graduating summa cum laude in 1969. He earned his law degree from the University of Maine School of Law in 1972.He began private practice in his home town of Sanford in 1972.
Mr. Bourque founded the firm, which is now in its fourth decade of providing general legal services to clients in York and Cumberland counties. Mr. Bourque has extensive experience in a wide variety of practice areas, including residential and commercial real estate transactions, civil litigation and divorce and child custody cases, and complex litigation. Mr. Bourque is counsel to over 150 small business corporations, and several municipalities and public utilities. Mr. Bourque is a member of the Maine Bar Association and Maine Trial Lawyers Association.
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