Portland, Maine – August 13, 2018: Nolan L. Reichl, a Portland-based partner in Pierce Atwood’s Litigation Practice Group, has joined the Susan L. Curtis Foundation Board of Trustees.
Nolan, who is also a member of the firm’s pro bono committee, is dedicated to providing legal work for the public good. In addition to joining its board, Nolan is serving as Chair of the Susan L. Curtis Foundation’s annual “LEAD ME” campaign, which serves as a significant fundraising drive for the organization.
Since 2012, Nolan has been included in Maine Supreme Judicial Court’s Katahdin Counsel Recognition Program, which recognizes and honors the pro bono work of Maine's lawyers and seeks to encourage more lawyers to provide pro bono services for Maine's low-income residents.
Nolan joined Pierce Atwood in 2011. He received his J.D. from Stanford Law School, and his B.A. summa cum laude from New York University, where he was also a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
About Susan L. Curtis Foundation
Susan Curtis Foundation’s multi-year programs bridge the opportunity gap for disadvantaged Maine youth by developing the character, confidence and skills needed to succeed. Motivated and empowered, Susan Curtis youth achieve traditional benchmarks and generate exponential impact by helping others. The result is a new generation led by healthy, happy people equipped to build stronger families and communities for a stronger Maine.
Founded in 1971, the Foundation’s programs are delivered primarily at Camp Susan Curtis in Stoneham, Maine and year-round through CSC Leaders. Approximately 500 boys and girls from 3rd grade through high school and from all 16 Maine counties are referred in partnership with public schools each year. Every participating youth is economically disadvantaged and fully sponsored through donations.