Working together to better the lives of our clients and our home

Our commitment to the communities where we work and live can be seen in all areas of the firm. We take pride in the Greater Lewiston/Auburn area, and just as we strive to improve the lives of our clients, we strive to make our community the best it can be. While our attorneys work long, tireless hours advocating for our clients, they also make the time to bring that high level of dedication to their volunteer work. Creating a better future for our community and its people is always in the forefront of what we do in and out of the office. In support of this mission, Isaacson & Raymond has joined Beautiful Downtown Lewiston, a nonprofit working to improve and grow our neighborhood.

A highlight of our year is United Way’s annual Day of Caring, a community tradition that we have been a proud part of for years. To ensure no one misses out on this unique opportunity to help one of our local nonprofits, we close the office for the day. We are always thrilled to bring the same enthusiasm we bring to working for our clients to serving those in our community who are most in need.

How We Serve

Our attorneys give their time in ways that are unique and far reaching. Here are a few of the organizations where you can find them lending a hand.

American Red Cross

Androscoggin County Chamber of Commerce

Franco-American Heritage Center

Healthy Androscoggin

Holy Family Church Choir

Knights of Columbus

Lewiston Rotary

Maine Family Federal Credit Union

Maine Gladiators Hockey

Rebuilding Together LA

Safe Voices

South Lewiston Little League

St. Dominic’s Academy School Board

St. Martin de Porres 

United Way of Androscoggin County

USM Lewiston-Auburn Community Advisory Board

YPLAA (Young Professionals of the Lewiston Auburn Area)

See us in action! Here’s a glimpse of how Isaacson & Raymond gives back.

Having been raised in Northern Maine, I knew very little about the community before I interviewed with Isaacson & Raymond.  When I met with the attorneys who would eventually become my partners, it was readily apparent that the firm cared deeply about the community, its people, and its future prosperity.
— Jason Dionne Partner, Isaacson & Raymond