2012-11-09 / Community

Cape man has new post at hall of fame

Gregg R. Frame, a Portland attorney and former basketball captain at Dartmouth College, has been elected a director of the Maine Sports Hall of Fame.

A native of Waterville, Frame graduated from Waterville High School and Phillips Exeter Academy. At Dartmouth, he earned a B.A. in history and was a four-year starter in basketball and All-Ivy League.

He subsequently graduated cum laude from the Maine School of Law. He was a research editor of the Maine Law Review and a legal writing and research instructor. Frame was twice awarded the Justice Glassman Scholarship for academic achievement.

Frame is a founding member of Taylor, McCormack and Frame, LLC, focusing his practice on labor and employment law, business development and civil litigation.

He was admitted to the Maine and New Hampshire Bars and was recently named Maine’s only “Rising Star” in employment litigation by the New England Super Lawyers magazine.

Actively involved in youth sports in Cape Elizabeth, Frame is a volunteer classroom teacher. He was inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame as a scholar-athlete.

Frame lives in Cape Elizabeth with his wife, Jill and their children, Lillian and Jake.

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