Cynthia has vigorously represented more than 75 individuals and business clients in federal civil court cases in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, and has represented veterans in the Courts of Federal Claims and Veterans Appeals in Washington, DC. In addition, she has served hundreds of clients in state courts and other administrative venues. Cynthia also has solid appellate court experience in the First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston, MA, and the Maine Supreme Judicial Court.

In addition to her vibrant and successful trial practice, Cynthia is spearheading the effort to protect student borrowers from fraudulent and deceptive debt collection practices and is the lead attorney in a groundbreaking case now pending in the U.S. District Court in Portland, Maine.

Cynthia’s six years in the Maine Legislature plus her political and journalistic work on the national level make her an effective government relations and media agent.

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Trust Justice Project

The National Collegiate Student Loan Trusts and related companies are unlawfully harassing and suing thousands of student borrowers across America. The Law Office of Cynthia Dill is taking a stand against these unfair practices representing Jane Winne, Sarah Coffey, Vickie McMullen and Karin Hills in Winne v. National Collegiate Student Loan Trusts. To learn more about the case, please visit