Lisa G. Landry

llandryptst@gmail.com

Lisa G. Landry is a native of Skowhegan and now lives in Norridgewock with husband, Todd, two step-daughters, and a menagerie of pets. Ms. Landry graduated from Skowhegan Area High School where she was a three-sport athlete, Student-Council Vice President, President of National Honor Society, youth soccer and basketball coach, and peer helper. She grew a passion for politics when she was selected and attended the National Youth Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C. Ms. Landry went on to attend Wheaton College in Massachusetts for a year before transferring to University of Maine in Orono.  In her last year at Orono, Ms. Landry interned in the Maine Legislature with then-Senator Peter Mills. Ms. Landry graduated from Orono in 2007 magna cum laude with a B.S. in Political Science.  Ms. Landry took a year off between college and law school and worked as a legal intern with the firm of Wright & Mills, where she gained more valuable experience in the field of law.  Ms. Landry attended the University of Maine School of Law, and joined this firm as a legal intern through the summers and her third year of law school. Ms. Landry graduated from Maine Law in May 2011 magna cum laude.

Ms. Landry is an active member of the community: she is a member of the Skowhegan Rotary Club, serving now as Second Vice President, and member of the Canaan Farmers Hall. Ms. Landry enjoys spending time with family and friends, golfing, horseback riding, and live music.

Since joining Perkins, Townsend, Shay & Talbot, P.A., Ms. Landry has represented clients in real estate transactions, real estate litigation, construction contract disputes, collections, landlord/tenant, family and domestic relations, and criminal matters. Ms. Landry also represents clients in estate planning and probate matters. Ms. Landry serves as clerk to a number of local businesses. Ms. Landry is a member of the American Bar Association and Maine State Bar Association.