Amanda (Mandi) LaBelle lives in Saco with her husband and two daughters. Mandi is a graduate of Biddeford High School. After graduating from high school, she went right into the work force and was employed for 10 years at a local insurance agency where she specialized in dental and legal malpractice. Once her daughters reached school age, Mandi decided to make a career change and enrolled in college full-time. Mandi graduated from the University of Southern Maine in 2015 with a degree in Political Science. After obtaining her bachelor’s degree, Mandi applied and was accepted into the University of Maine School of Law. ?
While in law school, Mandi began practicing as a student attorney in the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic. She also participated in externship programs at Kids Legal, in the Office of Special Education Program at the United States Department of Education, and at the Portland District Court. After graduating with honors in 2018, Mandi served as a Law Clerk for the Maine District Court in Lewiston, Maine. Mandi then joined the Maine Community Law Center where she was focused on providing affordable legal services in the areas of family law and estate planning. When the Maine Community Law Center closed due to the economic disruption caused by COVID-19, she decided the open this law practice so she could continue to serve her clients and assist those needing legal services.