Judy Woodbury has a broad, general real estate practice that includes complex development and financing matters and all aspects of title matters. Judy has managed the real estate aspects of significant, complex, multi-site projects in New England, including representation of parties in both the acquisition and sale of projects for which separation of functions is required, involving complex property divisions with reciprocal easements and agreements and interpretation of survey plans. Judy's background in real estate law includes experience in commercial and residential acquisitions, sales and financing, and in timberlands acquisitions, sales and partitions, including title abstracting and search services, residential and commercial closing services, and title insurance underwriting for commercial and residential transactions.
Judy previously served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Maine, representing the Department of Human Services. She has been included in The Best Lawyers in America® for Real Estate Law since 2007.
Fellow and Member, Board of Directors, Maine Justice Foundation; Member, International Council of Shopping Centers; Member, Maine Real Estate Development Association; Maine State Bar Association; Cumberland County Bar Association.
J.D., University of Maine Law School; B.A., University of Maine.