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BOSTON � Retired Maine Supreme Judicial Court Justice Howard H. Dana Jr. rejoined Verrill Dana as counsel in its Portland, Maine, headquarters. Dana, who was a litigation partner at the firm until his judicial appointment in 1993, first joined the firm in 1967. He was reappointed to the state’s high court in 2000 and retired in March. Throughout his career, Dana has been a strong supporter of pro bono legal services. In 1981, he was appointed to a one-year post as a director of the Legal Services Corp. in Washington, which makes legal services grants to independent, local organizations, by President Ronald Reagan. President George H. W. Bush reappointed him in 1990 and he stayed on the board until his judicial appointment. Dana also received the American Bar Association’s Pro Bono Publico Award in 1985. The firm is extremely pleased about Justice Dana’s return, said managing partner David E. Warren. “As he pursues this next step in his distinguished career, I’m confident that he will serve as a positive role model for every other Verrill Dana lawyer, as well as continue his important work to make access to justice more than just a slogan,” Warren said.

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