Daniel G. Lilley

Attorney in Portland, ME
Winner: Homer Albers Moot Court, 1965-1966; New England Moot Court Competition, 1966-1967. University of Maine Trial Consultant, Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic, 1969, 1970, 1971. Assistant Attorney General, 1967-1969. Member, Commission to Revise Criminal Laws, 1980-1989.

Areas of Law

  • Criminal Trial
  • Personal Injury
  • Appellate
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Financial Litigation


Overall Client Rating

in Criminal Law
4.2 out of 5.0

Communication Ability
Quality of Service
Value for Money

  • Data based on 1 reviews
  • Recommended by 1 Client
  • Last reviewed on 09/07/13
Posted by a Consumer on 09/07/13
4.3 out of 5.0
Very good lawyer up here in Maine..expensive though
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Experience & Credentials



Admission Details

Admitted in 1967, Maine
1969, U.S. District Court, District of Maine
1980, U.S. Supreme Court

Law School Attended

Boston University
Class of 1967

University Attended

University of Maine
Class of 1964

Birth Information

Born in 1938
Boston, Massachusetts, November 28, 1938


With U.S. Navy, 1957-1961

Associations & Memberships

Maine State Bar Association; Maine Trial Lawyers Association (Member, Board of Directors); The Association of Trial Lawyers of America; National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Americ... More

Representative Cases

Marquis v. Faer Family Ins., 628 A2d 644 (Me., 1993).

Contact Information


207-774-6206 Call Now


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Office Information
Daniel G. Lilley
 39 Portland Pier, P.O. Box 4803,
Portland, ME 04112


Daniel G. Lilley Law Offices (Portland, Maine)

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