Martha Driscoll focuses her practice on commercial law, financing, and real estate. She regularly represents commercial lenders, buyers, and sellers, and she also serves as a title agent for Classic Title Co., the firm’s in-house title company.
Martha helps her clients navigate the financing, purchase, and sale of commercial property of all types, including assisting with tax credit financing transactions as lender’s or borrower’s counsel. While unforeseen snags in a transaction are the nature of the business, Martha enjoys making this process as smooth as possible, striving to resolve differences amicably.
Martha first joined Drummond Woodsum in 1993 after practicing for a large firm in Atlanta, Georgia, and a small firm in Portland, Maine. She rejoined the firm in 2016. Prior to Drummond Woodsum, Martha attended the University of Maine School of Law where she served as the Managing Editor of the Maine Law Review and was a legal writing and research instructor for first-year students. Martha was also the recipient of a Sumner & Israel Bernstein Memorial Scholarship and received both the Faculty Significant Achievement Award and Commercial Law Award.
Any golf course is her favorite place to be in her free time. Martha loves golfing and takes any opportunity to be out on the green. She is proud to be a regular blood donor, and she’s also dedicated time to the Maine Society of Certified Public Accountants, Cape Elizabeth Zoning Board of Appeals, the Cape Courier, as well as visiting the residents at Fallbrook Woods each week with her dog, Baxter.
Colby College, B.A., 1983
University of Maine School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 1990
Community / Public Service
Maine Society of Certified Public Accountants
Nominating Committee (2017-2018)
Cape Elizabeth Zoning Board of Appeals
Board Member (1995-1997)
Board Member (2013-2016)