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September 6, 2023

Law firm Drummond Woodsum names co-leader of land use practice

Portland law firm Drummond Woodsumn has named Stacey Caulk as co-leader of its Land Use and Conservation Practice.

Caulk will direct the group with David Kallin, who has served as the leader for over 11 years. 

The Land Use and Conservation Practice assists landowners, land trusts, conservation organizations, environmental non-profits and local governments in their efforts to protect wild, scenic and ecologically sensitive areas.

"This strategic move aims to expand and develop the practice," said Toby Dilworth, managing director. "The addition of Stacey's leadership ensures not only our commitment to delivering exceptional service but also our commitment to conservation and environmental advocacy."

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Stacey Caulk

Before joining Drummond Woodsum in 2021, Caulk practiced environmental law at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP in Washington, D.C. During her time there, she managed project development, compliance and contamination matters, including environmental aspects of a multibillion-dollar spinoff from Pfizer's animal health business. 

Caulk regularly handles issues in biosequestering land conservation projects, multistate renewable energy projects and affordable housing projects. She represents clients in various environmental, conservation and land use matters, including transactions, permitting, project approval, compliance, enforcement, stewardship and litigation.

She received her bachelor's degree in government and studio art from Smith College and her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. 

Drummond Woodsum is Maine's second-largest law firm, based on the numbers of Maine attorneys, according to the 2023 Mainebiz Book of Lists. The firm has 81 lawyers in the state and 137 other staff.

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