112 Silver Street
POB 559
Waterville, Maine  04903

Phone:  (207) 872-0112
Fax:  (207) 872-0002
Attorney and/or Paralegal Position Available

O'Donnell Lee, P.A. seeks a real estate title attorney and/or similarly qualified paralegal for its robust and growing title department. Practice will involve title searches, conducting closings, drafting and reviewing sale and loan documentation, and generating title insurance policies. Will involve day-travel throughout Central Maine and sometimes beyond. New hire will work closely with our two senior title attorneys and a real estate staff of five.

The successful candidate will have excellent verbal and writing skills,  an even-tempered personality and analytical mind, strong attention to detail, excellent technology skills, and a love of problem-solving. O'Donnell Lee is a fast-paced, fun, and friendly work environment. This position provides an excellent opportunity for long-term growth and partnership.

Salary will depend on experience.  Paid vacation and sick leave are afforded.

Send resumes in confidence to Hiring Partner, POB 559, Waterville, ME  04903 or by email to

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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