FordMurray is on the Move

As of August 1st, we will move to new offices located at:

48 Free Street, Suite 300 Portland, ME 04101

FordMurray’s new offices will more than double its current footprint, featuring a conference room for in-person consultations and providing offices for each of the firm’s five attorneys and four legal analysts, with room to continue to expand. FordMurray added two attorneys – Julia Broulidakis and Kelsey Lee – and two legal analysts – Olivia Giles and George Chaison-Lapine – in the last year.

FordMurray is moving to 48 Free Street, Suite 300. Building is pictured.

The move will allow FordMurray to resume in-person work, following a year of hybrid schedules to facilitate social distancing in the workplace.

“This move will help us build on our successes,” FordMurray founding partner Michael Murray said. “We look forward to being together in one place – offering the best business and family immigration counsel to our clients throughout the United States.”

Introducing Attorneys Julia Broulidakis and Kelsey Lee

FordMurray is pleased to introduce two new attorneys to the FordMurray team.

Julia Broulidakis – Julia assists in immigration petitions for higher education, healthcare and STEM employers, as well as extraordinary ability and NIW petitions. With experience in immigration defense and a background the includes immigration paralegal work includes immigration paralegal work at a major law firm in Boston, Julia brings keen insight and experience to the FordMurray team.

Kelsey Lee – A Fulbright Scholar with diverse experience in immigration that spans nearly a decade, Kelsey is a 2021 graduate of University of Maine Law. In law school, Kelsey was President of the Multicultural Law Society, volunteered at the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic, and was a student attorney in the Refugee and Human Rights Clinic.