MEET JANE LANGDON-GRAY, ASSOCIATE
Practice Areas:Family Law, Wills and Probate, Estate and Trust Planning, Landlord/Tenant Law, Business and Real Estate
Jane combines her academic and problem-solving skills to help her clients navigate and resolve complex and ongoing issues affecting their family relationships or businesses, whether through civil litigation, transactional management, or the drafting of wills or trusts. Having been raised and schooled in England, she brings a wonderfully British perspective and sense of humor to her client relationships.
Jane received her undergraduate degree in 2007 from Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, which included a year studying Classics at University of Wales, Swansea. She also possesses a graduate degree in history from University College London and Chef's diploma in Food and Wine from Leith's Cookery School in London, UK. Throughout her schooling she worked in retail, where she loved the fast-pace intensity. She has also worked as a Chef and in marketing technology for Wayfair, Inc.
She began her law career at Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, graduating in 2017. Her law studies included valuable experience interning for the Suffolk County District Attorney's office, the Boston Inspectional Services Department, and with Justin W. Andrus, Esq. in Brunswick, Maine. After graduating, she launched her own law practice, Langdon-Gray Law, LLC, focusing on criminal and family matters. She joined Gallagher, Villeneuve and DeGeer in early 2019.
The parent of a young daughter, Jane lives in Newcastle with her family. She is a member of the Maine State Bar Association as well as the Lincoln County and Knox County Bar Associations. She also serves on the Board of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. In her spare time Jane is an avid reader of teen fiction, great admirer of cats, and enjoys long drives and shopping outings with her daughter.
Jane can be reached at (207) 563-5828 or by email at email@example.com.