PORTLAND, Maine – Ann Robinson, Maine Law ’88, has been appointed as one of three attorneys from Maine to serve on the Uniform Laws Commission, a national nonprofit association of the 50 states and two U.S. territories.
Robinson is a partner at the Preti Flaherty law firm, and is Chair of the Government Affairs Practice Group. She was appointed to the Commission by Gov. Paul LePage. Robinson has been an advisor to LePage and was one of the co-chairs for his transition team.
Information about Robinson’s appointment was provided by Preti Flaherty:
“The Uniform Laws Commission, also known as the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, works to generate and promote non-partisan legislation, with a goal of improving the consistency of laws across state lines. The stated mission of the Commission is to study and review the laws of the states to determine which areas of law should be uniform. There are only 300 members and all must be attorneys – Maine currently has three seats on the Commission.”
“In addition to her legal work, Ann has been active in public service. She is currently serving as a member of the Governor’s Judicial Review Committee, Maine Public Broadcasting Board of Trustees and the Maine State Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. Ann previously has served as a director of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston, as a member of the Maine Human Rights Commission and as a Co-Chair of Governor LePage’s Transition Team.”