Ken Lexier started with Mills, Shay, Lexier & Talbot during law school in the summer of 1989 and has worked full time for the firm since becoming an attorney in 1991. Prior to becoming an attorney, Ken served as Assistant Superintendent of Schools for MSAD 54 from 1984 to 1988. He has taught and served as an administrator at schools and colleges in both Massachusetts and Maine.

Mr. Lexier received his undergraduate degree in Mathematics in 1973 from WPI and a Doctorate in Education in 1979 from Boston University. He graduated from the University of Maine School of Law with honors in 1991. He earned the school’s prestigious Trial Advocacy Award and was honored by his professors when he was selected to teach legal writing to other law students.

At Mills, Shay, Lexier & Talbot, Mr. Lexier has represented clients in a variety of areas including divorce, child custody, criminal, workers’ compensation, social security appeals, real estate, land use and personal injury. He has served on the local planning board in his home town and is often asked to preside at town meetings. Mr. Lexier represents the Towns of Skowhegan, Embden
and Starks.