Martha Broderick, Esq.

I have owned a small practice in Lincoln, Maine, since 1983, the same year I was admitted to the Maine and Federal Bar. My current practice, Business Law Centers, began in 2008. Since then, I have had between 150-200 cases per year, most of which are business clients who consult on contracts, joint ventures, business formation ( LLC, etc…), real estate problems, bankruptcy (chapters 7 and 13), and debt resolution issues. Estate and succession planning for small to medium-sized businesses are also a part of my job. Clients have included several credit unions, local innkeepers, a local newspaper, retail stores, small manufacturing, cannabis business, farmers, landlords, and developers. We also assist families with guardianships, adoptions, and estates.

I serve as the corporate clerk for 32 northern and central Maine businesses and 12 non-profits, including the local Humane and Historical societies (pro bono clients). Other projects include actively helping to redevelop a closed lumber yard as a converted retail business. I continue to support and consult for an economic development project in Eastport, Maine, for a historic preservation project known as Sea Street.

Annually, I conduct seminars for working collection officers and counsel for the Maine Credit Union League (MCUL). As a senior attorney, I also mentor and assist new attorneys in ethical issues that develop during their initial years.

Since I teach diversity and ethics at the Maine Business School, I am often consulted by others surrounding those issues. I also have conducted private training as needed for my clients’ post-litigation and to develop risk management tools. In 2020, I was awarded the Katahdin Excellence award for pro bono work from the State Bar Association.

My writing is usually case-specific case briefs. I spend my time representing clients throughout the year, full-time in the summer and part-time during teaching semesters. My office has been located at 9 Main Street in Lincoln, Maine, since 2008. Prior to that, I was a partner in Broderick and Broderick for 24 years at another location in Lincoln, Maine.


J.D., Western New England School of Law (1983)
BA, Economics and Political Science, University of Maine (1980)
Cornell University, (1976-1978)

Teaching Areas

  • Legal Environment of Business
  • Business and Society
  • Maine Law
  • Employment Law
  • Women and the Law
  • Supreme Court Issues

Martha Broderick’s CV