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Justin Cary

Justin Cary

Justin Cary is an attorney at Drummond Woodsum where he represents private and public entities and Tribal Nations in all manner of employment and labor, technology regulation and management, and land conservation matters. He regularly guides companies through decisions involving Artificial Intelligence and other cutting-edge technology, specifically as it relates to employee regulatory compliance.  He is passionate about building close relationships with clients to acutely understand their needs, deliver holistic solutions, and create pathways for a conflict-minimized future.

During his time at the University Maine School of Law, he received the Corporate Business Law Award, worked as an Arctic Fellow, and served on the Ocean and Coastal Law Journal and the Moot Court Board. Justin graduated with Honors and a Certificate with Distinction in Business and Transactional Law. While in law school, Justin was a Student Attorney with the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic and worked closely with the Refugee and Human Rights Clinic.

A native of Maine, Justin chases outdoor beauty in Maine’s oceans and mountains. In his free time, you will find him volunteering for WMPG, a community radio station, playing the alto saxophone, and teaching Mainers how to surf in the winter and take care of their beaches. He aspires to take on as much pro bono legal work as possible.

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Guest Appearances
March 8, 2024

3 Simple Rules for Safer GenAI Use; AI’s Role in Legal Practice; and “Brother Up”

Adjusting to the new and persistent presence of AI in the legal world isn’t easy, but it is necessary. Jared welcomes brothers Justin and Luc Cary, an attorney and software engineer, respectively,...