112 Silver Street
POB 559
Waterville, Maine  04903

Phone:  (207) 872-0112
Fax:  (207) 872-0002
O'Donnell Lee is seeking a full-time legal assistant to work in the areas of litigation, family law, and criminal law. 

This position will support attorney Mariah Gleaton, with some assistance also to Bryan Ward and Bill Lee.  The position combines secretarial and paralegal skills.  Experience working in a fast-paced law firm or other legal setting preferred; but we will accept a paralegal, business, or equivalent degree and may train the right candidate.

Experience with litigation and court pleading practice is strongly preferred.  Must be detail oriented, self-motivated, with excellent typing, computer, communication, and time-management skills.  We seek a person with a positive attitude and outstanding customer service skills. 

Salary DOE; paid vacation, sick leave, and retirement plan.  Successful applicants must submit to a criminal background check.  O'Donnell Lee is a smoke-free workplace.

Submit resume and cover letter in confidence to or Bryan Ward, O'Donnell Lee, P.A., 112 Silver Street, Waterville, Maine 04901.

O'Donnell Lee provides a full array of legal services, ranging from simple personal and family matters through complex business transactions, litigation, and planning issues.

We were founded in 1996 by Bill Lee and Tim O'Donnell because of a shared vision to provide comprehensive representation to clients with the highest professional standards and dedication to personal client attention. Tom McCowan joined the firm in 2001 and became a partner in 2006. Mike Phillips merged his real estate practice with the firm in 2006, expanding our capacity in real estate and commercial law. Our litigation associate, Bryan Ward was hired in 2009. Today, our lawyers take a team approach to client representation.

O'Donnell Lee is proud of its commitment to the local community and its ability to extend its client services from the Kennebec Valley to Maine, Florida, and beyond.

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