Gerald F. Petruccelli

Attorney Petruccelli has many years of experience in civil trials and appeals in state and federal courts across Maine, including work in the fields of business litigation, construction law and litigation, insurance law, product liability, administrative law, environmental law, intellectual property, professional liability, contract and commercial law, and corporate law and business organization.  He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers.

Attorney Petruccelli has taught for many years at the University Of Maine School Of Law (Professor of Law, 1968-1975; Lecturer, 1975-1979; Adjunct Professor, 1979-2021).  His course offerings have included Civil Procedure, Evidence, Contracts, Commercial Law, Bankruptcy, Torts, Constitutional Law, Remedies, Copyrights, and The Legal Process.

Attorney Petruccelli is the author of Antitrust and the Regulated Industries (1 Toledo Law Review 303, 1969), Consumer Protection (Annual Survey of Massachusetts Law 129, 1968), and The Right to Jury Trial Under Maine Constitution (1 Me. Bar Journal, No. 5, 1986).

Attorney Petruccelli is an Honorary Life Director and Past President of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Maine.  In 2014, he received the National Service to Youth Award from the Boys and Girls Clubs of America

Peer Review 



Cumberland Bar Association
Maine State Bar Association
American Academy of Appellate Lawyers, Fellow
Maine Trial Lawyers Association
Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Maine, Honorary Life Director and Former President