Maryanne E. Low-Haviland
Admitted in New York
Maryanne Low-Haviland grew up in Cooperstown, New York. She graduated from Hamilton College in 1988, where she majored in Government and minored in English Literature. She went directly from Hamilton to Albany Law School , graduating in 1991. While Maryanne will always consider Cooperstown in some way to be her “home”, she also found the Capital Region to be a wonderful place to live and, ultimately, decided to remain in the Albany area following law school graduation. Having participated extensively as a successful participant and coach in the Moot Court Program at Albany Law School, Maryanne enjoyed litigation and focused in this area almost immediately upon graduation. She has successfully tried personal injury, discrimination and matrimonial cases over the years on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants.
When Maryanne was offered a position as an attorney in the case management unit at Martin, Harding & Mazzotti, she welcomed the opportunity to combine her litigation and negotiation skills with her desire to have direct client contact and to help clients through difficult periods in their lives. Maryanne is a member of the New York State and Federal Bar Associations.
Maryanne is very involved with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, whose mission is to find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes. She lives in Guilderland with her Husband, Charles R. Haviland, Jr., her daughter, Sarah, and her son, Will. Maryanne is an avid equestrian. When she is not in the office, she can often be found at the stable with her daughter, who shares her passion for horses and showing.