Harold L. Stewart II
“Hal” was born in Presque Isle, Maine in 1962. In 1984 he earned his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Maine. He then worked as an engineer for two years before entering law school and obtaining his J.D. in 1988 (cum laude) from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. He has continued his education, participating in trial advocacy seminars and conferences on a regular basis. He graduated from the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, Basics in Advocacy in 1991. He went on to complete the Advanced Advocacy Program in 1997. Most recently, Hal completed the 40 hour training, “Introduction to Mediation,” qualifying him to be listed on the Maine Superior Court’s roster of eligible ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) neutrals and has added these ADR services to his practice.
Hal was admitted to the Maine Bar in 1988. He is also admitted to practice before the United States District Court and the United States Court of Appeals - First Circuit. He maintains memberships with the Defense Research Institute (DRI) and the Maine Trial Lawyers` Association.
Hal practices law as a sole practitioner in Presque Isle, Maine, focusing a large portion of his general practice in the areas of insurance defense, civil litigation, personal injury, real estate and mediation services.