The chief justice of Maine’s Supreme Judicial Court is stepping down after nearly 20 years as head of the state’s court system. Leigh I. Saufley will take the reins of Maine’s only law school next week. Saufley, 65, of Portland declined to comment on her new job, but is expected to begin working as dean on April 15.

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