Katahdin Counsel Featured Attorney: Zachary Brandmeir

Wilshusen, Caroline
March 2013
Maine Bar Journal;Spring2013, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p63
An interview with pro bono lawyer Zachary Brandmeir is presented. When asked about how his pro-bono work impacted him, he mentions that it is a kind of work as he is doing in his law school. Zachary believes that his clients have a sense of trust in him and feel secure in his service. He informs that he is sole practitioner in Bangor, Maine and he works in the Penobscot Indian Nation Tribal Court, Maine.


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