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Welcome to the The Law Offices of Mark J. Russo, Esq.

Serving Bangor, Biddeford, Calais, Fort Kent, Lewiston/Auburn, Portland, Saco, Kittery, and York Maine

We are a general practice firm located in Southern Maine consisting of Immigration Attorneys (Family and Employment Based), as well as those specializing in Bankruptcy Law, and Family Law. The firm was founded in 2002 with the commitment to help you realize your legal goals in an efficient and expeditious manner for a reasonable fee.

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Our attorneys provide you with legal services that are tailored to your unique needs.

We offer initial consultations of up to one hour at a reasonable fee in order to introduce ourselves to you and determine your legal needs.

We look forward to assisting you in any legal matter that may arise.

"We do not realize how large a part of our law is open to reconsideration
upon a slight change in the habit of the public mind . . ."

- Justice Holmes, The Path of the Law


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Immigration Article of the Day: The Immigrant Right to Work by Geoffrey Heeren

22 Sep 2017 at 4:31am
The Immigrant Right to Work Geoffrey Heeren Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, Vol. 31, 2017 Abstract Federal and state policies that make immigrant work putatively illegal are in tension with a c...

A Syrian Migrant and a Right-Wing Nationalist Walk Into A Bar...

21 Sep 2017 at 5:58pm
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Tilting at Windmills and the Rule of Law

21 Sep 2017 at 1:33pm
Michael Olivas on From the Square (NYU Press Blog) offers sage advice as we navigate these tumultuous times in the national debate over immigration: "I urge tolerance toward your fellow students, f...
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