The Law Office of Tina Heather Nadeau

Tina Heather Nadeau specializes exclusively in criminal defense & criminal appellate practice, providing high-quality, compassionate, & effective representation for her clients.  

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Tina's Story 

  Tina Heather Nadeau, a native of Madawaska, Maine, and a 1997 graduate of Madawaska High School, attended Bowdoin College, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree, with honors, in 2001. Following college, Tina attended Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, pursuing graduate studies in African history. Following her time at Northwestern, Tina participated in the Teach for America program in Greenville, Mississippi.

Tina next returned home

to Madawaska, where she worked as an editor, reporter, and photographer for her hometown paper.

 

​  In the fall of 2007, Tina enrolled at the University of Maine School of Law. As a law student, Tina served as a staff member and later as Editor-in-Chief of the Maine Law Review. Tina also worked as both a research and teaching assistant to criminal law faculty.   

 
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E-mail: tinanadeaulaw@gmail.com

Phone: (207) 699-8287

P.O. Box 7656
Portland, ME

04112-7656

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While in law school, 

 Tina Heather Nadeau, a native of Madawaska, Maine, and a 1997 graduate of Madawaska High School, attended Bowdoin College, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree, with honors, in 2001. Following college, Tina attended Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, pursuing graduate studies in African history. Following her time at Northwestern, Tina participated in the Teach for America program in Greenville, Mississippi. Tina next returned home to Madawaska, where she worked as an editor, reporter, and photographer for her hometown paper.

 

​  In the fall of 2007, Tina enrolled at the University of Maine School of Law. As a law student, Tina served as a staff member and later as Editor-in-Chief of the Maine Law Review. Tina also worked as both a research and teaching assistant to criminal law faculty.