G. Segal, Attorney At Law
of Maine School of Law (J.D., 1987)
Duquesne University (M.A. in psychology, 1975)
Bowdoin College (B.A. cum laude, 1970)
graduated Valedictorian from Portland High School and proceeded
to Bowdoin College, where he graduated cum laude. Subsequently,
he received his Master of Arts degree in psychology from Duquesne
University in Pittsburgh, PA. Prior to attending law school,
Rubin spent several years in the field of education and psychology
and worked as a paralegal for a Portland law firm.
to forming his own law firm in 1990, Rubin served for one year
as the law clerk for the Honorable Thomas J. Lydon of the United
States Claims Court in Washington, D.C., and served for two
years as a law clerk for the Honorable Frederick A. Johnson
and his successor, the Honorable James A. Goodman of the United
States Bankruptcy Court, District of Maine, in Portland, ME.
has focused his practice on bankruptcy and collections and criminal
law. Rubin also maintains a general practice in the areas of
family law and wills and probate.
is a member of the Maine State Bar Association, Cumberland County
Bar Association and the Maine Association of Criminal Defense