Verrill Dana Welcomes Legal Services Manager Robert Wright

August 20, 2018 Press Releases

(August 20, 2018) – Verrill Dana is pleased to welcome Robert Wright as Legal Services Manager in the firm's Portland, Maine office.

In this role, Wright will be responsible for the legal administrative staff in the firm's Portland office. He will also oversee the firm's office services and related activities. Rob's addition to the firm is a direct response to the firm's growing practices and challenges created by an increasingly complex legal business environment. His role will have a direct impact on supporting the Portland attorneys and in turn aid in the delivery of exceptional and efficient client service.

"As the firm grows and evolves, we are always looking to make changes which provide the best support to both our attorneys and staff," explained David Bois, Chief Operating Officer at Verrill Dana. "Robert's experience and high energy will be a perfect match to lead our growing service team and ensure all office services run smoothly."

Previously, Wright served as an office manager at a mid-sized professional services firm in Portland for nine years, where he led administrative teams, established policies and procedures, streamlined processes, and led multiple renovation projects. He is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University and completed a Supervision Program at the University of Southern Maine, in addition to courses taken while in the U.S. Army.

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