Arthur A. Cerullo has been a Maine attorney with Drummond & Drummond since graduating from law school in 1981. His practice includes corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, banking law, commercial workouts and collections, real estate, wills, trusts, and estates, probate litigation, as well as intellectual property.
Drawing from his diverse practice and decades of experience, Arthur offers his clients a wealth of legal and business-minded experience.
- Banking and Commercial Transactions
- Business and Corporate Law
- Civil Litigation
- Real Estate and Development
- Wills, Trusts and Probate
- Creditor’s Rights
- Intellectual Property
In 1981, Arthur A. Cerullo graduated from the Franklin Pierce Law Center in Concord, New Hampshire, which is now part of the University of New Hampshire. Before attending law school, he was a chemical process engineer at Raytheon Engineering in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
He holds both a BS and MS in Chemical Engineering from Tufts University. While an engineer, he was awarded a year-long fellowship in Citizen Environmental Advocacy at Tufts University.
About Arthur A. Cerullo
An avid cyclist, Arthur has ridden in more than 20 Treks Across Maine since 1989 for the ALA in Maine. He commutes throughout much of the year by bicycle from his home in North Yarmouth, where he resides with his wife, Mary.
Arthur grew up in the Boston area and has travelled throughout the US. He has yet to find a place that rivals Maine’s treasured seashore, mountains, rolling hills, farms, and quiet country roads.
He also enjoys photography, woodworking, and hiking.
Arthur is active in community affairs on the local, state, regional and national levels. He was involved in bringing the Liberty Ship Memorial to South Portland and served as president of his parish council for five years. He has been a longtime volunteer for the Pine Tree Burn Foundation, serving terms as president and treasurer and is now a Trustee Emeritus.
Additionally, he has volunteered for more than 20 years with the American Lung Association, serving locally as president of the Maine Lung Association when the organization was instrumental in negotiating the state tobacco settlement. He helped the state chapter expand regionally into the American Lung Association of New England and received the National Volunteer Excellence Award for his efforts. He is a board member of the Northeast Lung Association and a national representative for the Northeast. On the national level, Arthur has served as Speaker of the National Assembly and is presently a National Board Member, Vice Chair of Advocacy and Clerk of the national American Lung Association. He has traveled all over the United States to meet with and testify on behalf of ALA to local and national decision makers for healthier air and more effective control of tobacco products.
- University of New Hampshire School of Law, J.D. (1981)
- Tufts Univeristy, M.S., Chemical Engineering
- Tufts Univeristy, B.S., Chemical Engineering
- U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit
- U.S. District Court, District of Maine
- United States District Court – District of Massachusetts
- Maine State Bar Association