A third-generation Cape Codder, Attorney David Sorensen grew up in Orleans and Barnstable. He is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and focuses his practice on Family Law and Civil Litigation matters. Notable achievements include: successfully ending frivolous restraining orders, helping noncustodial parents obtain downward deviations from the child support guidelines, modifications for lower child support orders, protecting fathers' rights, successfully resolving contested divorces, obtaining money owed to clients without litigation, and defending clients from seemingly overwhelming civil lawsuits.
During and after law school, Attorney Sorensen led a political career in Maine and Washington, D.C. He served as a White House speechwriter for President Donald J. Trump, a policy and communications advisor to a governor and state legislators, a spokesman for political campaigns, and the chief spokesman for the Maine Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). As Senior Policy Advisor to Governor Paul LePage of Maine, Sorensen's responsibilities included advising the governor on health care, banking, professional licensure, and family relations policies including child support and family law matters. In that capacity, he wrote laws, reviewed and approved state contracts and regulations, and represented the governor before legislative committees.
Attorney Sorensen earned a bachelor's degree from the State University of New York in 2010 and a law degree from the University of Maine School of Law in 2014. During law school, he served as Articles Editor of the Maine Law Review, President of the Federalist Society, and was named to the Dean's List. In addition to staying active in local government and politics, Attorney Sorensen enjoys boating, fishing, reading, and traveling.
David E. Sorensen, Anthem Health Plans of Maine, Inc. v. Superintendent of Insurance: Judicial Restraint or Judicial Abdication?, 64 Me. L. Rev. 611 (2012).
David E. Sorensen, "The Indomitable Mr. Pepys," Sea History Magazine, Vol. 135 (Summer 2011).
Available at: https://issuu.com/seahistory/docs/sh_135_summer-2011/26
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