Daniel "Dan" Dubé, Esq.
I have handled cases in all classes and most types of crime, and I have successfully applied that skill-set to a variety of civil case types. I have represented clients in two states and fourteen out of Maine's sixteen counties. I regularly practice in six counties. Spending a lot of time in courtrooms, I can better predict what a court is likely to do, and how an issue might be handled. Civility and credibility are cornerstones of my approach. I have worked in a variety of firm settings and I favor the solo model of practice for both myself and my clients.
I have studied nationwide and internationally at an array of selective and difficult schools and programs, obtaining three degrees. I kept my focus on long-term skill-building and knowledge accrual. I attended a prestigious law school on scholarship, but my greatest learning and lessons have been from life experience.
Now, I keep abreast of the latest developments and techniques in the relevant fields through national and state training, professional organizations, periodicals, and research.
Family and family history are important to us. Outdoor activities include trail running, cycling, and Russian kettlebells. My family and I enjoy cooking, gardening, and making things ourselves. Music is the lifeblood of the house. Books abound. And generally, we love revisiting old haunts and exploring our great state.