Carol I. Eisenberg
Tel: (207) 774-7474
Fax: (207) 774-1343
465 Congress Ave., 9th Floor
Portland, Maine 04101
Carol Eisenberg has been a lawyer at RWLB since soon after the firm was formed in 1995. Much of her practice is representing professionals before regulatory boards and in lawsuits, including doctors, dentists, lawyers, nurses, veterinarians, social workers, physical therapists, real estate agents, insurance agents and others. Carol also handles employment matters in litigation and before the Maine Human Rights Commission. Her general litigation practice includes defending claims arising from premises liability, motor vehicle accidents, and contract disputes, as well as representing injured plaintiffs in personal injury cases. She has also been named as an AV® Preeminent™ lawyer by Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review system, representing recognition of the highest level of professional excellence and high ethical standing, and has a client review rating of 5 out of 5.
Born in Atlanta, Georgia, Carol made her way to Maine to attend Colby College, from which she graduated cum laude with distinction in philosophy. Carol worked for various nonprofits in development and event planning before becoming the recycling coordinator for Regional Waste Systems (now EcoMaine), where she conceived, implemented, and administered a recycling program for 31 communities in greater Portland that have been in place for 20 years. Carol attended the University of Maine School of Law where she was a staff member and editor of the Maine Law Review. She received her J.D. magna cum laude.
Carol and her husband, David, a science teacher, enjoy ferry rides each day to and from their home on Peaks Island in Casco Bay. They have two daughters and one son. Carol’s volunteer work has centered on her island community, her children’s schools and sports teams, libraries, and assisting immigrants and refugees. She currently serves on the boards of Friends of the Peaks Island Library and Friends of T.E.I.A., and she has been a long-term board member of Cleaves Law Library.
University of Maine School of Law (magna cum laude) J.D.
Colby College (cum laude)
Friends of the Peaks Island Library (board member)
Friends of T.E.I.A. (board member)
Cleaves Law Library (board member)