Attorney Leah M. Baldacci’s legal background includes experience in civil litigation matters, including family law; termination of parental rights; prenuptial agreements; protection from abuse and protection from harassment; defamation; land and boundary disputes; guardianship and conservatorship of minors and incapacitated adults; business disputes; employment law; medical malpractice; workers’ compensation; and personal injury, with specific experience including bicycle accidents, carbon monoxide poisoning, dog bites, motorcycle accidents, slip and fall injuries, traumatic brain injuries, vehicle accidents, workplace injuries, and wrongful death. Leah is also a trained and rostered Guardian ad Litem for both family law and child protective matters.
Leah earned her Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, from the University of Southern Maine, and her Juris Doctor, summa cum laude, from the University of Maine School of Law. While in law school, she served as an extern for Deputy Bar Counsel at the Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar and served as a member of the US:IT Operation Excellence Committee for the University of Maine System. Baldacci also worked as a Student Attorney for the Family Law Division at Pine Tree Legal Assistance, where she represented victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in protection from abuse and divorce matters. Prior to joining Lipman & Katz, she worked for a litigation firm in Portland, where her practice focused on personal injury, family law, and workers' compensation matters.
Committed to volunteering and educating her community, Leah was featured speaker at the Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Women’s Network, where she provided community education on what is “discoverable” during a business dispute.
In her free time, Leah enjoys playing tennis and double-deck pinochle. Leah lives with her husband, Jack, who is also an attorney at Lipman & Katz.