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Anchorage Superior Court - March 2017

Dana S. Burke:
Mr. Burke has been an Alaska resident for 26 ½ years and has practiced law for 26 years. He graduated from the University of Miami School of Law in 1990 and is currently a senior assistant attorney general in the transportation section in Anchorage.   

John C. Cagle:
Mr. Cagle has been an Alaska resident for six years and has practiced law for 12 years. He graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 2003 and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

Samantha Cherot:
Ms. Cherot has been an Alaska resident for 30 years and has practiced law for nine years. She graduated from California Western School of Law in 2007 and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Roberta C. Erwin:
Ms. Erwin has been an Alaska resident for 48 years and has practiced law for 22 ½ years. She graduated from University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1994 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Kevin Thomas Fitzgerald:
Mr. Fitzgerald has been an Alaska resident for 57 years and has practiced law for 29 years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1987 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Michael Joseph Franciosi:
Magistrate Judge Franciosi has been an Alaska resident for 21 years and has practiced law for 25 years. He graduated from Creighton University School of Law in 1991 and is currently a magistrate judge in Glennallen.

Una Sonia Gandbhir:
Magistrate Judge Gandbhir has been an Alaska resident for 23 years and has practiced law for 22 years. She graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1993 and is currently a magistrate judge in Anchorage.

Josie Garton:
Ms. Garton has been an Alaska resident for 16 years and has practiced law for 16 years. She graduated from Lewis and Clark Law School in 2000 and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Whitney G. Glover:
Ms. Glover has been an Alaska resident for 18 years and has practiced law for 16 years. She graduated from Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College in 1996 and is currently an assistant public advocate in Anchorage.

Andrew V. Grannik:
Mr. Grannik has been an Alaska resident for 22 ½ years and has practiced law for 11 years. He graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 2004 and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

Jennifer Stuart Henderson:
Judge Henderson has been an Alaska resident for 13 years and has practiced law for 13 years. She graduated from Yale Law School in 2001 and is currently a district court judge in Anchorage.

Brewster Jamieson:
Mr. Jamieson has been an Alaska resident for 38 ½ years and has practiced law for 32 years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1984 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Yvonne Lamoureux:
Ms. Lamoureux has been an Alaska resident for 12 years and has practiced law for 13 ½ years. She graduated from University of Virginia School of Law in 2003 and is currently an Assistant United States Attorney in Anchorage.

Thomas A. Matthews:
Mr. Matthews has been an Alaska resident for 31 ½ years and has practiced law for 31 years. He graduated from Northwestern School of Law in 1985 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Kari McCrea:
Magistrate Judge McCrea has been an Alaska resident for ten years and has practiced law for 15 years. She graduated from Mitchell Hamline School of Law in 2001 and is currently a magistrate judge in Anchorage.

Michael Moberly: 
Mr. Moberly has been an Alaska resident for 46 years and has practiced law for 20 years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1995 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Pamela S. Washington:
Judge Washington has been an Alaska resident for 25 ½ years and has practiced law for 22 years. She graduated from Arizona State University School of Law in 1991 and is currently a district court judge in Anchorage.

Matt Widmer: 
Mr. Widmer has been an Alaska resident for 11 years and has practiced law for 11 years. He graduated from Marshall Wythe School of Law in 2005 and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Bethel Superior Court - December 2016

Brooke Browning Alowa:
Ms. Alowa has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for 14 years. She graduated from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law in 2002, and is currently an assistant public advocate in Palmer.

Romano D. DiBenedetto:
Magistrate Judge DiBenedetto has been an Alaska resident for 5½ years, and has practiced law for 21½ years. He graduated from Northwestern School of Law in 1993, and is currently a magistrate judge in Fairbanks.  Magistrate Judge DiBenedetto has applied for the Bethel, Kenai, and Nome Superior Courts.

Andrew V. Grannik:
Mr. Grannik has been an Alaska resident for 22 years, and has practiced law for 10½ years. He graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 2004, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage. Mr. Grannik has applied for the Bethel and Dillingham Superior Courts.

Tara Logsdon:
Magistrate Judge Logsdon has been an Alaska resident for 20 years, and has practiced law for 19½ years. She graduated from Regent University School of Law in 1996, and is currently a magistrate judge/standing master in Palmer. Magistrate Judge Logsdon has applied for the Bethel, Dillingham and Nome Superior Courts.

Nathaniel Peters:
Judge Peters has been an Alaska resident for 11½  years, and has practiced law for 11 years. He graduated from Ohio Northern University in 2002, and is currently a district court judge in Bethel. Judge Peters has applied for the Bethel Superior Court.

Bride Seifert:
Administrative Law Judge Seifert has been an Alaska resident for 5 years, and has practiced law for 5½ years. She graduated from William Mitchell College of Law in 2010, and is currently an administrative law judge in Juneau.

Joan Wilson:
Ms. Wilson has been an Alaska resident for 28 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. She graduated from Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College in 1996, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Dillingham Superior Court - December 2016 

Brooke Browning Alowa:
Ms. Alowa has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for 14 years. She graduated from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law in 2002, and is currently an assistant public advocate in Palmer. Ms. Alowa has applied for all four vacancies.

Andrew V. Grannik:
Mr. Grannik has been an Alaska resident for 22 years, and has practiced law for 10½ years. He graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 2004, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage. Mr. Grannik has applied for the Bethel and Dillingham Superior Courts.

Jürgen Jensen:
Mr. Jensen has been an Alaska resident for 24½ years, and has practiced law for 8½ years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 2007, and is currently in private practice in Dillingham. Mr. Jensen has applied for the Dillingham Superior Court.

Lance Joanis:
Mr. Joanis has been an Alaska resident for 12 years, and has practiced law for 12 years. He graduated from the University of Idaho College of Law in 2004, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Kenai. Mr. Joanis has applied for the Dillingham and Kenai Superior Courts.

Tara Logsdon:
Magistrate Judge Logsdon has been an Alaska resident for 20 years, and has practiced law for 19½ years. She graduated from Regent University School of Law in 1996, and is currently a magistrate judge/standing master in Palmer. Magistrate Judge Logsdon has applied for the Bethel, Dillingham and Nome Superior Courts.

Andrew Ott:
Mr. Ott has been an Alaska resident for 27 years, and has practiced law for 26 years. He graduated from Seattle University, School of Law in 1989, and is currently in private practice in Kodiak. Mr. Ott has applied for the Dillingham Superior Court.

Tina Reigh:
Magistrate Judge Reigh has been an Alaska resident for 13 years, and has practiced law for 13 years. She graduated from Seattle University School of Law in 2003, and is currently a magistrate judge in Dillingham. Magistrate Judge Reigh has applied for the Dillingham Superior Court.

Bride Seifert:
Administrative Law Judge Seifert has been an Alaska resident for 5 years, and has practiced law for 5½ years. She graduated from William Mitchell College of Law in 2010, and is currently an administrative law judge in Juneau. Administrative Law Judge Seifert has applied for all four vacancies.

Joan Wilson:
Ms. Wilson has been an Alaska resident for 28 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. She graduated from Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College in 1996, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage. Ms. Wilson has applied for all four vacancies.

Kenai Superior Court - December 2016

Brooke Browning Alowa:
Ms. Alowa has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for 14 years. She graduated from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law in 2002, and is currently an assistant public advocate in Palmer.

Romano D. DiBenedetto:
Magistrate Judge DiBenedetto has been an Alaska resident for 5½ years, and has practiced law for 21½ years. He graduated from Northwestern School of Law in 1993, and is currently a magistrate judge in Fairbanks.

Lance Joanis:
Mr. Joanis has been an Alaska resident for 12 years, and has practiced law for 12 years. He graduated from the University of Idaho College of Law in 2004, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Kenai. Mr. Joanis has applied for the Dillingham and Kenai Superior Courts.

Scot H. Leaders:
Mr. Leaders has been an Alaska resident for 24 years, and has practiced law for 18 years. He graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in 1997, and is currently the District Attorney in Kenai. Mr. Leaders has applied for the Kenai Superior Court.

Bride Seifert:
Administrative Law Judge Seifert has been an Alaska resident for 5 years, and has practiced law for 5½ years. She graduated from William Mitchell College of Law in 2010, and is currently an administrative law judge in Juneau.

Jennifer K. Wells:
Magistrate Judge Wells has been an Alaska resident for 26 years, and has practiced law for 25 years. She graduated from Suffolk University School of Law in 1990, and is currently a magistrate judge in Kenai. Magistrate Judge Wells has applied for the Kenai Superior Court.

Joan Wilson:
Ms. Wilson has been an Alaska resident for 28 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. She graduated from Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College in 1996, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Nome Superior Court - December 2016

Brooke Browning Alowa:
Ms. Alowa has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for 14 years. She graduated from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law in 2002, and is currently an assistant public advocate in Palmer.

Romano D. DiBenedetto:
Magistrate Judge DiBenedetto has been an Alaska resident for 5½ years, and has practiced law for 21½ years. He graduated from Northwestern School of Law in 1993, and is currently a magistrate judge in Fairbanks.

John A. Earthman:
Mr. Earthman has been an Alaska resident for 17 years, and has practiced law for 17 years. He graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 1999, and is currently the district attorney in Nome.

Tara Logsdon:
Magistrate Judge Logsdon has been an Alaska resident for 20 years, and has practiced law for 19½ years. She graduated from Regent University School of Law in 1996, and is currently a magistrate judge/standing master in Palmer.

Bride Seifert:
Administrative Law Judge Seifert has been an Alaska resident for 5 years, and has practiced law for 5½ years. She graduated from William Mitchell College of Law in 2010, and is currently an administrative law judge in Juneau.

Joan Wilson:
Ms. Wilson has been an Alaska resident for 28 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. She graduated from Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College in 1996, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Court of Appeals - December 2016

Romano D. DiBenedetto:
Magistrate Judge DiBenedetto has been an Alaska resident for 5½ years, and has practiced law for 21½ years. He graduated from Northwestern School of Law in 1993, and is currently a magistrate judge in Fairbanks.

James Fayette:
Mr. Fayette has been an Alaska resident for 27½ years, and has practiced law for 27½ years. He graduated from Boston University School of Law in 1988, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

Beth Goldstein:
Ms. Goldstein has been an Alaska resident for 10 years, and has practiced law for 23 years. She graduated from the University of New Hampshire School of Law in 1993, and is currently the supervising attorney for the Office of Elder Fraud and Assistance at the Office of Public Advocacy in Anchorage.

Bethany Harbison:
Judge Harbison has been an Alaska resident for 23 years, and has practiced law for 22½ years. She graduated from Harvard Law School in 1993, and is currently a superior court judge in Fairbanks.

Carol Jacoby:
Ms. Jacoby has been an Alaska resident for 34½ years, and has practiced law for 10 years. She graduated from Baylor Law School in 2006, and is currently an assistant public advocate in Fairbanks.

Douglas Owen Moody:
Mr. Moody has been an Alaska resident for 26 years, and has practiced law for 26 years. He graduated from the University of California, King Hall Law School in 1989, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Philip Pallenberg:
Judge Pallenberg has been an Alaska resident for 33 years, and has practiced law for 32 years. He graduated from the University of Washington Law School in 1983, and is currently a superior court judge in Juneau.

Jude Pate:
Mr. Pate has been an Alaska resident for 23 years, and has practiced law for 22 years. He graduated from Lewis & Clark Northwestern School of Law in 1993, and is currently an assistant public defender in Sitka.

Timothy W. Terrell:
Mr. Terrell has been an Alaska resident for 45 years, and has practiced law for 25½ years. He graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law in 1990, and is currently an assistant attorney general with the Office of Criminal Appeals in Anchorage.

Matt Widmer:
Mr. Widmer has been an Alaska resident for 11 years, and has practiced law for 11 years. He graduated from Marshall Wythe School of Law, College of William & Mary, in 2005, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Joan Wilson:
Ms. Wilson has been an Alaska resident for 28 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. She graduated from Lewis & Clark Northwestern School of Law in 1996, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

John W. Wolfe:
Judge Wolfe has been an Alaska resident for 19½ years, and has practiced law for 33 years. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 1983, and is currently a district court judge in Palmer.

Tracey Wollenberg:
Ms. Wollenberg has been an Alaska resident for 11 years, and has practiced law for 11 years. She graduated from Columbia University Law School in 2005, and is currently the deputy public defender for the appellate division in Anchorage.

Palmer Superior Court - September 2016

Krista Anderson:
Ms. Anderson has been an Alaska resident for 33 years, and has practiced law for 7½ years. She graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 2005, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Palmer.

Candice Marie Bales:
Ms. Bales has been an Alaska resident for 47½ years, and has practiced law for 21½ years. She graduated from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 1994, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Palmer.

Jeff Bradley:
Mr. Bradley has been an Alaska resident for 9 years, and has practiced law for 8½ years. He graduated from Liberty University School of Law in 2007, and is currently an assistant public defender in Palmer.

John C. Cagle:
Mr. Cagle has been an Alaska resident for 5½ years and has practiced law for 11½ years. He graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 2003, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Palmer.

Jeffrey Frank Davis:
Mr. Davis has been an Alaska resident for 7 years, and has practiced law for 6½ years. He graduated from Vermont Law School in 2009, and is currently an administrative law judge with the Regulatory Commission of Alaska in Anchorage.

Romano D. DiBenedetto:
Magistrate Judge DiBenedetto has been an Alaska resident for five years, and has practiced law for 21 years. He graduated from Northwestern School of Law in 1993, and is currently a magistrate judge in Fairbanks.

Whitney G. Glover:
Ms. Glover has been an Alaska resident for 17½ years, and has practiced law for 15½ years. She graduated from the Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College in 1996, and is currently an assistant public advocate in Anchorage.

Lance Joanis:
Mr. Joanis has been an Alaska resident for 12 years, and has practiced law for 11½ years. He graduated from the University of Idaho College of Law in 2004, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Kenai.

Janella Combs Kamai:
Ms. Kamai has been an Alaska resident for 10½ years, and has practiced law for 10½ years. She graduated from Indiana University School of Law in 2005, and is currently in private practice in Kodiak.

Tara Logsdon:
Magistrate Judge Logsdon has been an Alaska resident for 20 years, and has practiced law for 19½ years. She graduated from Regent University School of Law in 1996, and is currently a magistrate judge/standing master in Palmer.

Paul A. Maslakowski:
Mr. Maslakowski has been an Alaska resident for 9½ years, and has practiced law for 30½ years. He graduated from George Mason University School of Law in 1985, and is currently the supervising attorney for the criminal section of the Office of Public Advocacy in Palmer.

Trina Marie Sears:
Ms. Sears has been an Alaska resident for 38½ years, and has practiced law for 12½ years. She graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 2003, and is currently a victim’s advocate attorney with the Office of Victims’ Rights in Anchorage.

Nicholas Spiropoulos:
Mr. Spiropoulos has been an Alaska resident for 16 years, and has practiced law for 18½ years. He graduated from Chicago-Kent College of Law in 1997, and is currently the borough attorney for the Matanuska-Susitna Borough in Palmer.

Jon Woodman:
Mr. Woodman has been an Alaska resident for 16½ years, and has practiced law for 23½ years. He graduated from the Ohio State University College of Law in 1993, and is currently a senior assistant attorney general and the state ethics attorney in Anchorage.

Juneau District Court - September 2016 

Timothy Ayer:
Mr. Ayer has been an Alaska resident for 5½ years, and has practiced law for 5 ½ years. He graduated from Temple University Beasley School of Law in 2010, and is currently an assistant public defender in Juneau. 

Jeff Bradley:
Mr. Bradley has been an Alaska resident for 9 years, and has practiced law for 8 ½ years. He graduated from Liberty University School of Law in 2007, and is currently an assistant public defender in Palmer.

Romano D. DiBenedetto:
Magistrate Judge DiBenedetto has been an Alaska resident for five years, and has practiced law for 21 years. He graduated from Northwestern School of Law in 1993, and is currently a magistrate judge in Fairbanks.

Michael Joseph Franciosi:
Magistrate Judge Franciosi has been an Alaska resident for 20½ years, and has practiced law for 24½ years. He graduated from Creighton University School of Law in 1991, and is currently a magistrate judge/standing master in Glennallen.

Kevin Andrew Higgins:
Mr. Higgins has been an Alaska resident for 9 years, and has practiced law for 8½ years. He graduated from Lewis & Clark College Northwestern School of Law in 2007, and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

Amy Gurton Mead:
Ms. Mead has been an Alaska resident for 19½ years, and has practiced law for 19 years. She graduated from Tulane University Law School in 1996, and is currently the municipal attorney for the City and Borough of Juneau.

Kirsten Swanson:
Ms. Swanson has been an Alaska resident for 17½ years, and has practiced law for 20½ years. She graduated from Gonzaga School of Law in 1995, and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

Leon Vance:
Mr. Vance has been an Alaska resident for 32½ years and has practiced law for 33½ years. He graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 1982, and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

Joan Wilkerson:
Ms. Wilkerson has been an Alaska resident for 28 years, and has practiced law for 14 years. She graduated from Seattle University School of Law in 1984, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Juneau.

Julie Willoughby:
Ms. Willoughby has been an Alaska resident for 30 years, and has practiced law for 17½ years. She graduated from Stanford Law School in 1998, and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

Alaska Supreme Court - March 2016 

Ruth Botstein:
Ms. Botstein has been an Alaska resident for 17 years and has practiced law for 16 years.  She graduated from Oberlin College in 1995 and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Susan M. Carney:
Ms. Carney has been an Alaska resident for 28 years and has practiced law for 27 years.  She graduated from Harvard in 1983 and is currently a supervising attorney for the Office of Public Advocacy in Fairbanks.

Kevin G. Clarkson:  
Mr. Clarkson has been an Alaska resident for 30 years and has practiced law for 30 years.  He graduated from Oregon State University in 1981 and is currently a senior litigation attorney in Anchorage.

Andrew Guidi:
Mr. Guidi has been an Alaska resident for 33 years and has practiced law for 32 years.  He graduated from the University of California in 1979 and is currently a superior court judge in Anchorage.

Jahna Lindemuth:
Ms. Lindemuth has been an Alaska resident for 43 years and has practiced law for 18 years.  She graduated from Drew University in 1991 and is currently an attorney in Anchorage.

Phillip Pallenberg:
Mr. Pallenberg has been an Alaska resident for 32 years and has practiced law for 31.5 years.  He graduated from the University of Washington in 1980 and is currently a superior court judge in Ketchikan.

Paul A. Roetman:
Mr. Roetman has been an Alaska resident for 43 years and has practiced law for 13.5 years.  He graduated from Regent University in 1999 and is currently a superior court judge in Kotzebue.

David Avraham Voluck:
Mr. Voluck has been an Alaska resident for 11.5 years and has practiced law for 17 years.  He graduated from Northwestern in 1995 and is currently an adjunct professor in Arizona.

Anchorage Superior Court - October 2015

Sidney Kay Billingslea:
Magistrate Judge Billingslea has been an Alaska resident for 56½ years, and has practiced law for 29½ years. She graduated from Lewis and Clark Northwestern School of Law in 1984, and is currently a magistrate judge in Anchorage.

Elizabeth Brennan:
Ms. Brennan has been an Alaska resident for 26 years, and has practiced law for 26 years. She graduated from Santa Clara University School of Law in 1989, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Dani Crosby:
Ms. Crosby has been an Alaska resident for 29 years, and has practiced law for 19 years. She graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1996, and is currently  in private practice in Anchorage.

Kevin T. Fitzgerald:
Mr. Fitzgerald has been an Alaska resident for 55 years, and has practiced law for 27½ years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1987, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Michael Joseph Franciosi:
Magistrate Judge Franciosi has been an Alaska resident for 19½ years, and has practiced law for 23½ years. He graduated from Creighton University School of Law in 1991 and is currently a magistrate judge in Glennallen.   

Hollis S. French:
Mr. French has been an Alaska resident for 37½ years, and has practiced law for 19 years. He graduated from Cornell Law School in 1995, and is currently self employed in Anchorage.

Josie Garton:
Ms. Garton has been an Alaska resident for 15 years, and has practiced law for 14½ years. She graduated from Lewis and Clark Law School in 2000, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Marcelle McDannel:
Ms. McDannel has been an Alaska resident for 19 years, and has practiced law for 19 years. She graduated from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law in 1996, and is currently an assistant public advocate in Anchorage.

Michael Moberly:
Mr. Moberly has been an Alaska resident for 45 years, and has practiced law for 19 years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1995, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Carolyn Ann Perkins:
Ms. Perkins has been an Alaska resident for 11 years, and has practiced law for 18 years. She graduated from St. Mary's School of Law in 1996, and is currently an assistant public advocate in Anchorage.

Timothy P. Peters:
Mr. Peters has been an Alaska resident for 59 years, and has practiced law for 12½ years. He graduated from the Regent University School of Law in 2002, and is currently in prvate practice in Anchorage.

Anchorage Superior Court - June 2015

Erin White Bradley:

Ms. Bradley has been an Alaska resident for 18½ years, and has practiced law for 22½ years. She graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Law in 1990, and is currently an assistant municipal prosecutor in Anchorage.

Elizabeth D. Brennan:

Ms. Brennan has been an Alaska resident for 26 years, and has practiced law for 26 years. She graduated from Santa Clara University School of Law in 1989, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Dani Crosby:

Ms. Crosby has been an Alaska resident for 28½ years, and has practiced law for 18½ years. She graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1996, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Roberta C. Erwin:

Ms. Erwin has been an Alaska resident for 47 years, and has practiced law for 21 years. She graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1994, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Josie Garton:

Ms. Garton has been an Alaska resident for 14½ years, and has practiced law for 14 years. She graduated from Lewis and Clark Law School in 2000, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Beth Goldstein:

Ms. Goldstein has been an Alaska resident for 8½ years, and has practiced law for 21½ years. She graduated from the University of New Hampshire School of Law in 1993, and is currently the supervising attorney of the Office of Public Advocacy, Office of Elder Fraud & Assistance, in Anchorage.

Mitchell Joyner:

Mr. Joyner has been an Alaska resident for 49½ years, and has practiced law for 31 years. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1983, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Timothy P. Peters:

Mr. Peters has been an Alaska resident for 59 years, and has practiced law for 12½ years. He graduated from the Regent University School of Law in 2002, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Herman G. Walker, Jr.:

Mr. Walker has been an Alaska resident for 23 years, and has practiced law for 22 years. He graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 1992, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Dennis A. Wheeler:

Mr. Wheeler has been an Alaska resident for 48½ years, and has practiced law for 17 years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1993, and is currently the Municipal Attorney in Anchorage.

Jonathan Woodman:

Mr. Woodman has been an Alaska resident for 15½ years, and has practiced law for 21½ years. He graduated from the Ohio State University College of Law in 1993, and is currently a senior assistant attorney general and the State Ethics Attorney in Anchorage.

Barrow Superior Court - September 2014

Ken Covell:

Mr. Covell has been an Alaska resident for 40 years, and has practiced law for 27 years. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1986, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Angela Greene:

Ms. Greene has been an Alaska resident for 9½ years, and has practiced law for 16½ years. She graduated from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in 1997, and is currently regional supervisor for the Nome-Kotzebue area for the Alaska Public Defender Agency.

Eric Smith:

Judge Smith has been an Alaska resident for 32 years, and has practiced law for 35 years. He graduated from Yale Law School in 1979, and is currently a Superior Court Judge in Palmer.

Thomas I. Temple:

Mr. Temple has been an Alaska resident for 13 years, and has practiced law for 12½ years. He graduated from George Mason University School of Law in 2001, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Nelson Traverso:

Mr. Traverso has been an Alaska resident for 32 years, and has practiced law for 31 years. He graduated from Northeastern School of Law in 1981, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Anchorage Superior Court - June 2014

Elizabeth Brennan:

Ms. Brennan has been an Alaska resident for 24½ years, and has practiced law for 24½ years. She graduated from Santa Clara University School of Law in 1989, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Michael D. Corey:

Mr. Corey has been an Alaska resident for 33½ years, and has practiced law for 28 years. He graduated from the University of San Diego, School of Law in 1985, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Roberta C. Erwin:

Ms. Erwin has been an Alaska resident for 45½ years, and has practiced law for 19½ years. She graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1994, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Cynthia Franklin:

Ms. Franklin has been an Alaska resident for 6½ years, and has practiced law for 24 years. She graduated from Baylor University School of Law in 1989, and is currently the Municipal Prosecutor for the Municipality of Anchorage.

Josie Garton:

Ms. Garton has been an Alaska resident for 13½ years, and has practiced law for 13 years. She graduated from Lewis and Clark Law School in 2000, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Jonathan Woodman:

Mr. Woodman has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. He graduated from the Ohio State University College of Law in 1993, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Bethel District Court - October 2013

Andrew V. Grannik:

Mr. Grannik has been an Alaska resident for 19 years, and has practiced law for 7½ years. He graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 2004, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

Terrence P. Haas:

Mr. Haas has been an Alaska resident for 4 ⅔ years, and has practiced law for 5½ years. He graduated from Roger Williams University School of Law in 2007, and is currently an assistant public defender in Bethel.

Tara Logsdon:

Ms. Logsdon has been an Alaska resident for 17 years, and has practiced law for 16½ years. She graduated from Regent University School of Law in 1996, and is currently in private practice in Palmer.

Nathaniel Peters:

Mr. Peters has been an Alaska resident for 8½ years, and has practiced law for 8 years. He graduated from the Ohio Northern University in 2002, and is currently an assistant public defender in Palmer.

William Spiers:

Mr. Spiers has been an Alaska resident for 15 years, and has practiced law for 23½ years. He graduated from Thomas Cooley Law School in 1986, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Fairbanks assigned to rural cases.

Kirsten Swanson:

Ms. Swanson has been an Alaska resident for 14½ years, and has practiced law for 17½ years. She graduated from Gonzaga School of Law in 1995, and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

John R. White:

Mr. White has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for 13 years. He graduated from Cleveland Marshall College of Law in 1992, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

James Bryan Wright:

Mr. Wright has been an Alaska resident for 31 years, and has practiced law for 30 years. He graduated from Marshall-Wythe School of Law in 1982, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Fairbanks District Court - October 2013

Brent Ellison Bennett:

Mr. Bennett has been an Alaska resident for 7 years, and has practiced law for 7 years. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 2006, and is currently an assistant public defender in Fairbanks.

JB Brainerd:

Mr. Brainerd has been an Alaska resident for 8 years, and has practiced law for10 years. He graduated from Golden Gate University School of Law in 1999, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

David Buettner:

Mr. Buettner has been an Alaska resident for 35 ½ years, and has practiced law for 7½ years. He graduated from the Pepperdine School of Law in 2005, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Fairbanks.

James Cannon:

Mr. Cannon has been an Alaska resident for 50½ years, and has practiced law for 36½ years. He graduated from Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College in 1975, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Matthew Christian:

Mr. Christian has been an Alaska resident for 11 years, and has practiced law for 11 years. He graduated from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2002, and is currently a magistrate judge in Kenai.

Karen L. Jennings:

Ms. Jennings has been an Alaska resident for 20½ years, and has practiced law for 29½ years. She graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Law in 1982, and is currently in private practice in Palmer.

Marna L. Kranenburg:

Ms. Kranenburg has been an Alaska resident for 38 years, and has practiced law for 5½ years. She graduated from the University of Montana, School of Law in 2007 and is currently an assistant public advocate in Fairbanks.

Scott Alan Oravec:

Mr. Oravec has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for 10½ years. He graduated from St. Louis University School of Law in 1996, and is currently a part-time United States Magistrate Judge and a private practitioner in Fairbanks.

William Spiers:

Mr. Spiers has been an Alaska resident for 15 years, and has practiced law for 15 years. He graduated from Thomas Cooley Law School in 1986, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Fairbanks.

Thomas I. Temple:

Mr. Temple has been an Alaska resident for 12 years, and has practiced law for 11½ years. He graduated from George Mason University, School of Law in 2001, and currently is in private practice in Fairbanks.

Nelson Traverso:

Mr. Traverso has been an Alaska resident for 31 years, and has practiced law for 30½ years. He graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1981, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

James Bryan Wright:

Mr. Wright has been an Alaska resident for 31 years, and has practiced law for 30 years. He graduated from Marshall-Wythe School of Law in 1982, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Court of Appeals - June 2013

Susan M. Carney:

Ms. Carney has been an Alaska resident for 25½ years, and has practiced law for 24½ years. She graduated from Harvard Law School in 1987, and is currently the supervising attorney at the Office of Public Advocacy in Fairbanks.

Doug Kossler:

Mr. Kossler has been an Alaska resident for 18½ years, and has practiced law for 17½ years. He graduated from Temple University School of Law in 1994, and is currently a supervising assistant attorney general at the Office of Special Prosecutions and Appeals in Anchorage.

Douglas Owen Moody:

Mr. Moody has been an Alaska resident for 23½ years, and has practiced law for 23½ years. He graduated from the University of California, Davis, King Hall Law School in 1989, and is currently a deputy public defender in Anchorage.

John N. Page III:

Mr. Page has been an Alaska resident for 13½ years, and has practiced law for 14 years. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 1998, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

A. Cristina Weidner Tafs:

Ms. Tafs has been an Alaska resident for 39 years, and has practiced law for 12 years. She graduated from the University of California at Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law in 2000, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Timothy W. Terrell:

Mr. Terrell has been an Alaska resident for 41½ years, and has practiced law for 22½ years. He graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law in 1990, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Michael Joseph Walsh:

Mr. Walsh has been an Alaska resident for 23½ years, and has practiced law for 15½ years. He graduated from the University of Arizona College of Law in 1997, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Palmer.

Fairbanks Superior Court - January 2013

Tim Dooley:

Mr. Dooley has been an Alaska resident for 31½ years, and has practiced law for 22 years. He graduated from St. Mary’s Law School in 1981, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

John Eberhart:

Mr. Eberhart has been an Alaska resident for 58 years, and has practiced law for 31 years. He graduated from Seattle University Law School in 1980, and is currently in-house counsel for the Tanana Chiefs Conference in Fairbanks.

Gene L. Gustafson:

Mr. Gustafson has been an Alaska resident for 14½ years, and has practiced law for 32 years. He graduated from the University of Idaho, College of Law in 1980, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Bethany Spalding Harbison:

Magistrate Harbison has been an Alaska resident for 19 years, and has practiced law for 18½ years. She graduated from Harvard University Law School in 1993, and is currently a magistrate and standing master in Fairbanks.

Andy Harrington:

Mr. Harrington has been an Alaska resident for 31½ years, and has practiced law for 30½ years. He graduated from Harvard University Law School in 1980, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Karen L. Jennings:

Ms. Jennings has been an Alaska resident for 20 years, and has practiced law for 29 years. She graduated from the University of New Mexico, School of Law in 1982, and is currently in private practice in Palmer.

Jane F. Kauvar:

Judge Kauvar has been an Alaska resident for 39 years, and has practiced law for 38½ years. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law in 1973, and is currently a district court judge in Fairbanks.

Craig B. Partyka:

Mr. Partyka has been an Alaska resident for 25 years, and has practiced law for 13 years. He graduated from Willamette University in 1999, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Margaret O. Rogers:

Ms. Rogers has been an Alaska resident for 11 years, and has practiced law for 11 years. She graduated from Vermont Law School in 2001, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Nelson Traverso:

Mr. Traverso has been an Alaska resident for 30 years, and has practiced law for 29 years. He graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1981, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Geoffry B. Wildridge:

Mr. Wildridge has been an Alaska resident for 34 years, and has practiced law for 33 years. He graduated from Vermont Law School in 1978, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Christopher E. Zimmerman:

Mr. Zimmerman has been an Alaska resident for 37½ years, and has practiced law for 37 years. He graduated from Dickinson School of Law in 1974, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Nome Superior Court - January 2013

Leonard R. Devaney III:

Magistrate Devaney has been an Alaska resident for 22 years, and has practiced law for 22 years. He graduated from the University of Montana, School of Law in 1990, and is currently a magistrate and standing master in Sitka.

Tim Dooley:

Mr. Dooley has been an Alaska resident for 31½ years, and has practiced law for 22 years. He graduated from St. Mary’s Law School in 1981, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

John A. Earthman:

Mr. Earthman has been an Alaska resident for 13 years, and has practiced law for 13, years. He graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 1999, and is currently the district attorney in Nome.

Angela Greene:

Ms. Greene has been an Alaska resident for 8 years, and has practiced law for 15 years. She graduated from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in 1997, and is currently an assistant public defender in Nome.

Karen L. Jennings:

Ms. Jennings has been an Alaska resident for 20 years, and has practiced law for 29 years. She graduated from the University of New Mexico, School of Law in 1982, and is currently in private practice in Palmer.

Tara Logsdon:

Ms. Logsdon has been an Alaska resident for 16½ years, and has practiced law for 16 years. She graduated from Regent University, School of Law in 1996, and is currently in private practice in Palmer.

Alaska Supreme Court - December 2012

Joel H. Bolger:

Judge Bolger has been an Alaska resident for 32 years, and has practiced law for 34 years. He graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law in 1978, and is currently a judge on the Alaska Court of Appeals.

Susan D. Cox:

Ms. Cox has been an Alaska resident for 30 years, and has practiced law for 29 years. She graduated from the University of California at Davis, King Hall School of Law in 1982, and is currently Chief Assistant Attorney General in Juneau.

Jeffrey Friedman:

Mr. Friedman has been an Alaska resident for 24½ years, and has practiced law for 24 years. He graduated from the University of Maryland, School of Law in 1984, and is currently an administrative law judge in Anchorage.

Andrew Guidi:

Judge Guidi has been an Alaska resident for 30 years, and has practiced law for 29 years. He graduated from U.C.L.A. School of Law in 1982, and is currently a superior court judge in Anchorage.

Andy Harrington:

Mr. Harrington has been an Alaska resident for 32 years, and has practiced law for 31 years. He graduated from Harvard University Law School in 1980, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Peter J. Maassen:

Mr. Maassen has been an Alaska resident for 31½ years, and has practiced law for 30½ years. He graduated from the University of Michigan Law School in 1980, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Michael A. MacDonald:

Judge MacDonald has been an Alaska resident for 31½ years, and has practiced law for 22½ years. He graduated from the University of New Mexico, School of Law in 1988, and is currently a superior court judge in Fairbanks.

Philip Pallenberg:

Judge Pallenberg has been an Alaska resident for 28½ years, and has practiced law for 28 years. He graduated from the University of Washington Law School in 1983, and is currently a superior court judge in Juneau.

Eric Smith:

Judge Smith has been an Alaska resident for 30½ years, and has practiced law for 33 years. He graduated from Yale Law School in 1979, and is currently a superior court judge in Palmer.

Trevor N. Stephens:

Judge Stephens has been an Alaska resident for 52 years, and has practiced law for 27½ years. He graduated from the Willamette University College of Law in 1985, and is currently a superior court judge in Ketchikan.

Terry L. Thurbon:

Judge Thurbon has been an Alaska resident for 21 years, and has practiced law for 25 years. She graduated from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 1986, and is currently Chief Administrative Law Judge in Juneau.

Daniel Westerburg:

Mr. Westerburg has been an Alaska resident for 33½ years, and has practiced law for 33 years. He graduated from the Ohio State University College of Law in 1978, and is currently in private practice in Homer.

Russ Winner:

Mr. Winner has been an Alaska resident for 32 years, and has practiced law for 32 years. He graduated from the University of Chicago Law School in 1975, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Anchorage District Court - October 2012

Ella Anagick:

Ms. Anagick has been an Alaska resident for 58 years, and has practiced law for 27½ years. She graduated from Dickinson School of Law in 1978. She is currently in private practice in Anchorage, and does contract defense work for the Municipality.

David A. Bauer:

Master Bauer has been an Alaska resident for 17 years, and has practiced law for 13½ years. He graduated from Ohio Northern University College of Law, and is currently a superior court master/district court magistrate in Anchorage.

John Bernitz:

Mr. Bernitz has been an Alaska resident for 19½ years, and has practiced law for 22 years. He graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1990, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Michaela K. Canterbury:

Ms. Canterbury has been an Alaska resident for 37 years and has practiced law for 18 years. She graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1993, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Leslie Dickson:

Ms. Dickson has been an Alaska resident for 16½ years, and has practiced law for 15½ years. She graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1995, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Cynthia A. Franklin:

Ms. Franklin has been an Alaska resident for 5 years, and has practiced law for 21½ years. She graduated from Baylor University School of law in 1989, and is currently a municipal prosecutor in Anchorage.

Joy Green-Armstrong:

Ms. Green-Armstrong has been an Alaska resident for 33 years, and has practiced law for 12 years. She graduated from Rutgers School of Law in 1996, and is currently in-house counsel for the First National Bank Alaska in Anchorage.

Hatton G. Greer:

Mr. Greer has been an Alaska resident for 35 years, and has practiced law for 8 ½ years. He graduated from the Illinois Institute of Technology – Chicago Kent College of Law in 2003, and is currently an assistant public defender in Kenai.

Jennifer Stuart Henderson:

Ms. Henderson has been an Alaska resident for 8½ years, and has practiced law for 8½ years. She graduated from Yale Law School in 2001, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

D. Victor Kester:

Mr. Kester has been an Alaska resident for 42½ years, and has practiced law for 14 years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1997, and is currently the Executive Director for the Alaska Office of Victims' Rights in Anchorage.

Jonathon Lack:

Master Lack has been an Alaska resident for 42 years, and has practiced law for 14 years. He graduated from the University of Richmond, School of Law in 1996, and is currently a superior court master/district court magistrate in Anchorage.

Michael B. Logue:

Mr. Logue has been an Alaska resident for 24 years, and has practiced law for 25 years. He graduated from Villanova University School of Law in 1986, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Gustaf W. Olson:

Mr. Olson has been an Alaska resident for 33½ years, and has practiced law for 8 years. He graduated from Ohio Northern University Pettit College of Law in 2003, and is currently an assistant attorney general in the Office of Special Prosecutions in Anchorage.

Andrew Peterson:

Mr. Peterson has been an Alaska resident for 21 years, and has practiced law for 10½ years. He graduated from the University of San Diego School of Law in 2001, and is currently an assistant attorney general in the Office of Special Prosecutions in Anchorage.

Chuck Ray:

Mr. Ray has been an Alaska resident for 36 years, and has practiced law for 27½ years. He graduated from the University of Oregon Law School in 1983, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Steven G. Ross:

Mr. Ross has been an Alaska resident for 7 years, and has practiced law for 34½ years. He graduated from UCLA School of Law in 1977, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Gregory G. Silvey:

Mr. Silvey has been an Alaska resident for 25 years, and has practiced law for 26 years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1985, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Clayton H. Walker, Jr.:

Mr. Walker has been an Alaska resident for 11½ years, and has practiced law for 19 years. He graduated from the University of Houston-Bates School of Law in 1992, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

John R. White:

Mr. White has been an Alaska resident 13 years, and has practiced law for 12 years. He graduated from Cleveland Marshall College of Law in 1992, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Daniel Wilkerson:

Mr. Wilkerson has been an Alaska resident for 20½ years, and has practiced law for 20½ years. He graduated from the University of California at Davis School of Law in 1990, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Chong M. Yim:

Mr. Yim has been an Alaska resident for 21½ years, and has practiced law for 8½ years. He graduated from Seattle University School of Law in 2003, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Alaska Court of Appeals - October 2012

Marjorie K. Allard:

Ms. Allard has been an Alaska resident for 9½ years, and has practiced law for 12½ years. She graduated from Yale Law School in 1999, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Susan M. Carney:

Ms. Carney has been an Alaska resident for 24½ years, and has practiced law for 23½ years. She graduated from Harvard Law School in 1987, and is currently the supervising attorney at the Office of Public Advocacy in Fairbanks.

Ken Diemer:

Mr. Diemer has been an Alaska resident for 17 years, and has practiced law for 16 years. He graduated from Vermont Law School South Royalton in 1991, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Sharon A.S. Illsley:

Judge Illsley has been an Alaska resident for 18 years, and has practiced law for 26 years. She graduated from the University of Colorado School of Law in 1981, and is currently a district court judge in Kenai.

Doug Kossler:

Mr. Kossler has been an Alaska resident for 18 years, and has practiced law for 17 years. He graduated from Temple University School of Law (now known as the James E. Beasley School of Law) in 1994, and is currently a supervising assistant attorney general for the Office of Special Prosecutions and Appeals in Anchorage.

Douglas Owen Moody:

Mr. Moody has been an Alaska resident for 22½ years, and has practiced law for 22½ years. He graduated from University of California, Davis, King Hall Law School in 1989, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

David A. Nesbett:

Mr. Nesbett has been an Alaska resident for 40 years, and has practiced law for 13½ years. He graduated from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 1998, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Jude Pate:

Mr. Pate has been an Alaska resident for 19 years, and has practiced law for 18 years. He graduated from Lewis & Clark Northwestern School of Law in 1993, and is currently an assistant public defender with the Sitka Public Defender Agency.

Eric Smith:

Judge Smith has been an Alaska resident for 30 years, and has practiced law for 32½ years. He graduated from Yale Law School in 1979, and is currently a superior court judge in Palmer.

Alex M. Swiderski:

Judge Swiderski has been an Alaska resident for 33½ years, and has practiced law for 33½ years. He graduated from Northeastern University Law School in 1977, and is currently a district court judge in Anchorage.

Diane L. Wendlandt:

Ms. Wendlandt has been an Alaska resident for 22 years, and has practiced law for 24½ years. She graduated from the University of Michigan Law School in 1987, and is currently an assistant attorney general in the Office of Special Prosecutions & Appeals in Anchorage

Bethel Superior Court - June 2012

Sean E. Brown:

Mr. Brown has been an Alaska resident for 11 years, and has practiced law for 11½ years. He graduated from the John Marshall Law School in 1999, and is currently in private practice in Bethel.

Dwayne W. McConnell:

Mr. McConnell has been an Alaska resident for 28½ years, and has practiced law for 31 years. He graduated from the University of Missouri at Kansas City in 1975, and is currently an assistant attorney general in the criminal division of the Department of Law in Juneau.

Anne M. Preston:

Ms. Preston has been an Alaska resident for 21 years, and has practiced law for 27 years. She graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1983, and is currently employed by the Department of Law Office of Special Prosecutions and Appeals in Juneau.

Chuck Ray:

Mr. Ray has been an Alaska resident for 36 years, and has practiced law for 27½ years. He graduated from the University of Oregon Law School in 1983, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

David Lev Roghair:

Mr. Roghair has been an Alaska resident for 16 years, and has practiced law for 5½ years. He graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School in 2006, and is currently a magistrate in Tok.

Loren K. Stanton:

Mr. Stanton has been an Alaska resident for 47½ years, and has practiced law for 16½ years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1986, and is currently in private practice in Ketchikan.

Anchorage Superior Court - August 2012

Sidney Kay Billingslea:

Ms. Billingslea has been an Alaska resident for 53 years, and has practiced law for 27 ½ years. She graduated from Lewis & Clark Northwestern School of Law in 1984, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Elizabeth Brennan:

Ms. Brennan has been an Alaska resident for 22 ½ years, and has practiced law for 21 years. She graduated from Santa Clara University School of Law in 1989, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Kevin G. Clarkson:

Mr. Clarkson has been an Alaska resident for 26 ½ years, and has practiced law for 26 ½ years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1985, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Suzanne Cole:

Master Cole has been an Alaska resident for 21 ½ years, and has practiced law for 20 ½ years. She graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1990, and is currently a superior court master in Anchorage.

William A. Earnhart:

Mr.Earnhart has been an Alaska resident for 36 ½ years and has practiced law for 17 years. He graduated from the University of Washington in 1994, and is currently an assistant municipal attorney for the Municipality of Anchorage.

Roberta C. Erwin:

Ms. Erwin has been an Alaska resident for 43 ½ years, and has practiced law for 18 years. She graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1994, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Michael Gershel:

Mr. Gershel has been an Alaska resident for 27 years, and has practiced law for 27 years. He graduated from the University of Minnesota School of Law in 1984, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Joy Green-Armstrong:

Ms. Green-Armstrong has been an Alaska resident for 33 years, and has practiced law for 12 years. She graduated from Rutgers School of Law in 1996, and is currently in-house counsel for the First National Bank Alaska in Anchorage.

Erin B. Marston:

Mr. Marston has been an Alaska resident for 52 years, and has practiced law for 26 ½ years. He graduated from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, in 1985, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Dwayne W. McConnell:

Mr. McConnell has been an Alaska resident for 28 years, and has practiced law for 30½ years. He graduated from the University of Missouri at Kansas City in 1975, and is currently an assistant attorney general in the criminal division of the Department of Law in Juneau.

Mark P. Melchert:

Mr. Melchert has been an Alaska resident for 20 years, and has practiced law for 17 ½ years. He graduated from the University of Minnesota Law Center in 1992, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Robert P. Owens:

Mr. Owens has been an Alaska resident for 28 ½ years, and has practiced law for 27 ½ years. He graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1981, and is currently an assistant municipal attorney in Anchorage.

Gregory G. Silvey:

Mr. Silvey has been an Alaska resident for 25 years, and has practiced law for 26 years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1985, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Alex M. Swiderski:

Judge Swiderski has been an Alaska resident for 33 ½ years, and has practiced law for 33 ½ years. He graduated from Northeastern University Law School in 1977, and is currently a district court judge in Anchorage.

Jonathan Woodman:

Mr. Woodman has been an Alaska resident for 12 ½ years, and has practiced law for 18 ½ years. He graduated from Ohio State University College of Law in 1993, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Fairbanks Superior Court - August 2012

Aisha Tinker Bray:

Ms. Bray has been an Alaska resident for 37 years, and has practiced law for 12 years. She graduated from the University of California Hastings College of the Law in 1994, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

John Eberhart:

Mr. Eberhart has been an Alaska resident for 57 ½ years, and has practiced law for 30½ years. He graduated from Seattle University Law School in 1980, and is currently in-house counsel for the Tanana Chiefs Conference in Fairbanks.

J. Michael Gray:

Mr. Gray has been an Alaska resident for 19 years, and has practiced law for 28 ½ years. He graduated from Marshall-Wythe School of Law in 1981, and currently serves as the district attorney in Fairbanks.

Bethany Spalding Harbison:

Magistrate Harbison has been an Alaska resident for 19 years, and has practiced law for 18 years. She graduated from Harvard Law School in 1993, and is currently a magistrate and standing master in Fairbanks.

Jane F. Kauvar:

Judge Kauvar has been an Alaska resident for 38 ½ years, and has practiced law for 38 years. She graduated from the UC Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law in 1973, and is currently a district court judge in Fairbanks.

Craig B. Partyka:

Mr. Partyka has been an Alaska resident for 24 ½ years, and has practiced law for 12 ½ years. He graduated from Willamette University in 1999, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Bethel District Court - May 2012

Andrew V. Grannik:

Mr. Grannik has been an Alaska resident for 16 years, and has practiced law for 5½ years. He graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 2004, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

R. Poke Haffner:

Ms. Haffner has been an Alaska resident for 26½ years, and has practiced law for 23½ years. She graduated from UC Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law in 1980, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

David Lev Roghair:

Mr. Roghair has been an Alaska resident for 15½ years, and has practiced law for 5 years. He graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School in 2006, and is currently a magistrate in Tok.

Loren K. Stanton:

Mr. Stanton has been an Alaska resident for 47½ years, and has practiced law for 16½ years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1986, and is currently in private practice in Ketchikan.

Alaska Supreme Court - June 2012

Joel H. Bolger:

Judge Bolger has been an Alaska resident for 31½ years, and has practiced law for 33½ years. He graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law in 1978, and is currently a judge on the Alaska Court of Appeals.

William Grant Callow:

Mr. Callow has been an Alaska resident for 34½ years, and has practiced law for 34½ years. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 1977, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Kevin G. Clarkson:

Mr. Clarkson has been an Alaska resident for 27½ years, and has practiced law for 27½ years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1985, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Jeffrey Friedman:

Mr. Friedman has been an Alaska resident for 24 years, and has practiced law for 23½ years. He graduated from the University of Maryland, School of Law in 1984, and is currently an administrative law judge in Anchorage.

Andy Harrington:

Mr. Harrington has been an Alaska resident for 31½ years, and has practiced law for 30½ years. He graduated from Harvard University Law School in 1980, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Charles T. Huguelet:

Judge Huguelet has been an Alaska resident for 21½ years, and has practiced law for 25½ years. He graduated from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, School of Law in 1986, and is currently a superior court judge in Kenai.

Peter J. Maassen:

Mr. Maassen has been an Alaska resident for 31 years, and has practiced law for 30 years. He graduated from the University of Michigan Law School in 1980, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Michael A. MacDonald:

Judge MacDonald has been an Alaska resident for 31 years, and has practiced law for 22 years. He graduated from the University of New Mexico, School of Law in 1988, and is currently a superior court judge in Fairbanks.

Don McClintock:

Mr. McClintock has been an Alaska resident for 31½ years, and has practiced law for 30½ years. He graduated from Harvard Law School in 1980, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Frank A. Pfiffner:

Judge Pfiffner has been an Alaska resident for 36½ years, and has practiced law for 35½ years. He graduated from the University of Iowa, School of Law in 1974, and is currently a superior court judge in Anchorage.

Eric Smith:

Judge Smith has been an Alaska resident for 30 years, and has practiced law for 32½ years. He graduated from Yale Law School in 1979, and is currently a superior court judge in Palmer.

Terry L. Thurbon:

Judge Thurbon has been an Alaska resident for 20½ years, and has practiced law for 24½ years. She graduated from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 1986, and is currently Chief Administrative Law Judge in Juneau.

Daniel Westerburg:

Mr. Westerburg has been an Alaska resident for 33 years, and has practiced law for 32½ years. He graduated from the Ohio State University College of Law in 1978, and is currently in private practice in Homer.

Marc Wilhelm:

Mr. Wilhelm has been an Alaska resident for 28½ years, and has practiced law for 25½ years. He graduated from the University of Washington School of Law in 1982, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Bethel Superior Court - May 2012

Sean E. Brown:

Mr. Brown has been an Alaska resident for 11 years, and has practiced law for 11½ years. He graduated from the John Marshall Law School in 1999, and is currently in private practice in Bethel.

Angela Greene:

Ms. Greene has been an Alaska resident for 7 years, and has practiced law for 14 years. She graduated from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in 1997, and is currently an assistant public defender in Nome.

R. Poke Haffner:

Ms. Haffner has been an Alaska resident for 26½ years, and has practiced law for 23½ years. She graduated from UC Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law in 1980, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Dwayne W. McConnell:

Mr. McConnell has been an Alaska resident for 28½ years, and has practiced law for 31 years. He graduated from the University of Missouri at Kansas City in 1975, and is currently an assistant attorney general in the criminal division of the Department of Law in Juneau.

Margaret L. Murphy:

Judge Murphy has been an Alaska resident for 18 years, and has practiced law for 24 years. She graduated from Valparaiso University School of Law in 1987, and is currently a district court judge in Homer.

Chuck Ray:

Mr. Ray has been an Alaska resident for 36½ years, and has practiced law for 27 years. He graduated from the University of Oregon Law School in 1983, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

David Lev Roghair:

Mr. Roghair has been an Alaska resident for 15½ years, and has practiced law for 5 years. He graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School in 2006, and is currently a magistrate in Tok.

Loren K. Stanton:

Mr. Stanton has been an Alaska resident for 47½ years, and has practiced law for 16½ years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1986, and is currently in private practice in Ketchikan.

Anchorage Superior Court - January 2012

Sidney Kay Billingslea:

Ms. Billingslea has been an Alaska resident for 52½ years, and has practiced law for 27 years. She graduated from Lewis & Clark Northwestern School of Law in 1984, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Elizabeth Brennan:

Ms. Brennan has been an Alaska resident for 22 years, and has practiced law for 20½ years. She graduated from Santa Clara University School of Law in 1989, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Rhonda F. Butterfield:

Ms. Butterfield has been an Alaska resident for 35 years, and has practiced law for 33 years. She graduated from Georgetown University Law Center in 1976, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Kevin G. Clarkson:

Mr. Clarkson has been an Alaska resident for 26 years, and has practiced law for 26 years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1985, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Kimberlee Colbo:

Ms. Colbo has been an Alaska resident for 19½ years, and has practiced law for 19 years. She graduated from the University of Washington School of Law in 1992, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Suzanne Cole:

Ms. Cole has been an Alaska resident for 21 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. She graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1990, and is currently a superior court master in Anchorage.

Michael D. Corey:

Mr. Corey has been an Alaska resident for 31 years, and has practiced law for 25½ years. He graduated from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1985, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Dani Crosby:

Ms. Crosby has been an Alaska resident for 25 years, and has practiced law for 15 years. She graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1996, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Jody Davis:

Ms. Davis has been an Alaska resident for 16 years, and has practiced law for 18 years. She graduated from the Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University in 1993, and is currently an assistant municipal prosecutor in Anchorage.

Leslie Dickson:

Ms. Dickson has been an Alaska resident for 16 years, and has practiced law for 15½ years. She graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1995, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Ken Diemer:

Mr. Diemer has been an Alaska resident for 15½ years, and has practiced law for 19 years. He graduated from Vermont Law School in 1991, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Catherine M. Easter:

Judge Easter has been an Alaska resident for 26 years, and has practiced law for 25 years. She graduated from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1985, and is currently a district court judge in Anchorage.

Joy Green-Armstrong:

Ms. Green-Armstrong has been an Alaska resident for 32½ years, and has practiced law for 11½ years. She graduated from Rutgers School of Law in 1996, and is currently In-House Counsel for the First National Bank Alaska in Anchorage.

Jennifer Stuart Henderson:

Ms. Henderson has been an Alaska resident for 8 years, and has practiced law for 8 years. She graduated from Yale Law School in 2001, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Barat M. LaPorte:

Ms. LaPorte has been an Alaska resident for 42 years, and has practiced law for 16 years. She graduated from the University of Notre Dame Law School in 1995, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Dwayne W. McConnell:

Mr. McConnell has been an Alaska resident for 28 years, and has practiced law for 30½. He graduated from the University of Missouri at Kansas City in 1975, and is currently an assistant attorney general in the criminal division, Department of Law in Juneau.

Kevin F. McCoy:

Mr. McCoy has been an Alaska resident for 35 years, and has practiced law for 35 years. He graduated from Western State University College of Law in 1975, and is currently an assistant federal public defender in Alaska.

Paul E. Olson:

Judge Olson has been an Alaska resident for 34½ years, and has practiced law for 33½ years. He graduated from South Texas College of Law in 1975, and is currently a district court judge in Anchorage.

Robert P. Owens:

Mr. Owens has been an Alaska resident for 28 years, and has practiced law for 27 years. He graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1981, and is currently an assistant municipal attorney in Anchorage.

Daniel Quinn:

Mr. Quinn has been an Alaska resident for 29 years, and has practiced law for 29 years. He graduated from the University of Washington School of Law in 1982, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Kevin M. Saxby:

Mr. Saxby has been an Alaska resident for 25 years, and has practiced law for 26 years. He graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 1986, and is currently a senior assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Gregory G. Silvey:

Mr. Silvey has been an Alaska resident for 23½ years, and has practiced law for 25½ years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1985, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Krista S. Stearns:

Ms. Stearns has been an Alaska resident for 19 years, and has practiced law for 17 years. She graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1992, and is currently City Attorney for Kenai.

Jonathan Woodman:

Mr. Woodman has been an Alaska resident for 12 years, and has practiced law for 18 years. He graduated from the Ohio State University College of Law in 1993, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Fairbanks District Court - December 2011

Matthew Christian:

Magistrate Christian has been an Alaska resident for 9 years, and has practiced law for 9 years. He graduated from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2001, and is currently a magistrate/master in Kenai.

Gene L. Gustafson:

Mr. Gustafson has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for 31 years. He graduated from University of Idaho, College of Law in 1980, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Bethany Spalding Harbison:

Magistrate Harbison has been an Alaska Resident for 18 years, and has practiced law for 17½ years. She graduated from the Harvard Law School in 1993, and is currently a magistrate/master in Fairbanks.

Robert S. Noreen:

Mr. Noreen has been an Alaska Resident for 32 years, and has practiced law for 36 years. He graduated from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 1975, and is currently an assistant public advocate in Fairbanks.

Alicemary L. Rasley:

Magistrate Rasley has been an Alaska resident for 32 years, and has practiced law for 28 years. She graduated from the University of Minnesota School of Law in 1979, and is currently magistrate/master in Fairbanks.

Ben Seekins:

Mr. Seekins has been an Alaska resident for 37 years, and has practiced law for 9 years. He graduated from Gonzaga Law School in 2002, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Fairbanks.

Cassandra Tilly:

Ms. Tilly has been an Alaska resident for 38 years, and has practiced law for 12 years. She graduated from the Northwestern School of Law, Lewis & Clark University in 1999, and is currently an assistant borough attorney in Fairbanks.

Bethel Superior Court - November 2011

Andrew V. Grannik:

Mr. Grannik has been an Alaska resident for 16 years, and has practiced law for 5½ years. He graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 2004, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

Angela Greene:

Ms. Greene has been an Alaska resident for 6½ years, and has practiced law for 13½ years. She graduated from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in 1997, and is currently an assistant public defender in Nome.

Susan Mitchell:

Ms. Mitchell has been an Alaska resident for 6½ years, and has practiced law for 13 years. She graduated from North Carolina Central University School of Law, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Dillingham.

Chuck Ray:

Mr. Ray has been an Alaska resident for 36 years, and has practiced law for 26½ years. He graduated from the University of Oregon Law School in 1983, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

David Avraham Voluck:

Mr. Voluck has been an Alaska resident for 13 years, and has practiced law for 12 years. He graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School in 1995, and is currently a magistrate for the Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska.

Matthew Widmer:

Mr. Widmer has been an Alaska resident for 6 years, and has practiced law for 5 years. He graduated from College of William & Mary, School of Law in 2005, and is currently an assistant public advocate in Anchorage.

Dillingham Superior Court - November 2011

Pat Douglass:

Ms. Douglass has been an Alaska resident for 7½ years, and has practiced law for 24 years. She graduated from South Texas College of Law in 1986, and is currently an assistant public defender in Dillingham.

Andrew V. Grannik:

Mr. Grannik has been an Alaska resident for 16 years, and has practiced law for 5 ½ years. He graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 2004, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

Susan Mitchell:

Ms. Mitchell has been an Alaska resident for 6½ years, and has practiced law for 13 years. She graduated from North Carolina Central University School of Law, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Dillingham.

Chris Provost:

Mr. Provost has been an Alaska resident for 22 years, and has practiced law for 21½ years. He graduated from Southwestern University of Law in 1990, and is currently an assistant public advocate in Anchorage.

Tina Reigh:

Ms. Reigh has been an Alaska resident for 8 years, and has practiced law for 7½ years. She graduated from Seattle University School of Law in 2003, and is currently employed at Alaska Legal Services in Dillingham.

Gregory G. Silvey:

Mr. Silvey has been an Alaska resident for 23 years, and has practiced law for 25½ years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1985 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

David Avraham Voluck:

Mr. Voluck has been an Alaska resident for 13 years, and has practiced law for 12 years. He graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School in 1995, and is currently a magistrate for the Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska.

Matthew Widmer:

Mr. Widmer has been an Alaska resident for 6 years, and has practiced law for 5 years. He graduated from College of William & Mary, School of Law in 2005, and is currently an assistant public advocate in Anchorage.

John W. Wolfe:

Judge Wolfe has been an Alaska resident for 13½ years, and has practiced law for 27½ years. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma, School of Law in 1983, and is currently a district court judge in Palmer.

Juneau Superior Court - April 2011

John W. Erickson, Jr.:

Mr. Erickson has been an Alaska resident for 22½ years, and has practiced law for 10½ years. He graduated from J. Reuben Clark School of Law in 1999, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Keith B. Levy:

Judge Levy has been an Alaska resident for 23½ years, and has practiced law for 28 years. He graduated from Santa Clara University Law School in 1982, and is currently a district court judge in Juneau.

Leslie Longenbaugh:

Ms. Longenbaugh has been an Alaska resident for 46½ years, and has practiced law for 24 years. She graduated from Hastings College of the Law, University of California, San Francisco in 1986, and is currently in private practice in Juneau and serves as a part-time federal magistrate judge.

Louis James Menendez:

Mr. Menendez has been an Alaska resident for 30 years, and has practiced law for 29½ years. He graduated from Hastings College of the Law, University of California, San Francisco in 1974 and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

Daniel Schally:

Judge Schally has been an Alaska resident for 13½ years, and has practiced law for 13½ years. He graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1997, and is currently a district court judge in Valdez.

Anchorage District Court - April 2011

Daniel L. Cheyette:

Mr. Cheyette has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for 11½ years. He graduated from Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College in 1996, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Jo-Ann Chung:

Ms. Chung has been an Alaska resident for 16 years, and has practiced law for 15 years. She graduated from Northeastern University, School of Law in 1994, and is currently an assistant municipal prosecutor.

Leslie Dickson:

Ms. Dickson has been an Alaska resident for 15½ years, and has practiced law for 14½ years. She graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1995, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

John W. Erickson, Jr.:

Mr. Erickson has been an Alaska resident for 22½ years, and has practiced law for 10½ years. He graduated from J. Reuben Clark School of Law in 1999, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Judy M. Kuipers:

Ms. Kuipers has been an Alaska resident for 11 years, and has practiced law for 17 years. She graduated from Syracuse University College of Law in 1993, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Jonathon Lack:

Mr. Lack has been an Alaska resident for 40 years, and has practiced law for 12½ years. He graduated from the University of Richmond, TC Williams School of Law in 1996, and is currently a Superior Court Master/Magistrate in Anchorage.

Anne M. Marshall:

Ms. Marshall has been an Alaska resident for six years, and has practiced law for 27 years. She graduated from University of Texas School of Law in 1983, and is currently in private practice.

Bruce Roberts:

Mr. Roberts has been an Alaska resident for 25½ years, and has practiced law for 23½ years. He graduated from Golden Gate University School of Law in 1986 and is currently an attorney for the Transportation Security Administration, Office of Chief Counsel.

Erin White:

Ms. White has been an Alaska resident for 12½ years, and has practiced law for 18½ years. She graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Law in 1990, and is currently a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney in Anchorage.

Anchorage Superior Court - November 2010

Barat M. LaPorte:

Ms. LaPorte has been an Alaska resident for 40 years, and has practiced law for 15 years. She graduated from University of Notre Dame Law School in 1995, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Gregory Miller:

Mr. Miller has been an Alaska resident for 21 years, and has practiced law for 23 years. He graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1987, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Timothy P. Peters:

Mr. Peters has been an Alaska resident for 54 years, and has practiced law for 7½ years. He graduated from Regent University, School of Law in 2002, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Kevin M. Saxby:

Mr. Saxby , has been an Alaska resident for 24 years, and has practiced law for 25 years. He graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 1986, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Daniel Schally:

Judge Schally has been an Alaska resident for 13 years, and has practiced law for 13 years. He graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1997, and is currently a district court judge in Valdez.

Juneau District Court - August 2010

Blaine H. Hollis:

Mr. Hollis has been an Alaska resident for 21½ years, and has practiced law for 21½ years. He graduated from Georgetown University Law Center in 1988, and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

Bruce E. Horton:

Mr. Horton has been an Alaska resident for 26 years, and has practiced law for 30½ years. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound Law School in 1979, and is currently a magistrate in Sitka.

Thomas G. Nave:

Mr. Nave has been an Alaska resident for 33 years and has practiced law for 33 years. He graduated from Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College in 1976, and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

Vance A. Sanders:

Mr. Sanders has been an Alaska resident for 25½ years, and has practiced law for 25½ years. He graduated from the University of North Carolina School of Law - Chapel Hill in 1984, and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

Hanna Sebold:

Ms. Sebold has been an Alaska resident for seven years, and has practiced law for 11 years. She graduated from California Western School of Law in 1998, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Juneau.

Kirsten Swanson:

Ms. Swanson has been an Alaska resident for 12 years, and has practiced law for 12 years. She graduated from Gonzaga School of Law in 1995, and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

Anchorage District Court - June 2010

Ella Anagick:

(withdrew) Ms. Anagick , has been an Alaska resident for 56 years, and has practiced law for 25 years. She graduated from Dickinson School of Law in 1978 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Dana S. Burke:

Mr. Burke has been an Alaska resident for 19½ years, and has practiced law for 19½ years. He graduated from the University of Miami School of Law in 1990, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Daniel L. Cheyette:

Mr. Cheyette has been an Alaska resident for 13½ years, and has practiced law for 11 years. He graduated from Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College in 1996, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Leslie Dickson:

Ms. Dickson has been an Alaska resident for 14 ½ years, and has practiced law for 13½ years. She graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1995, and is currently an assistant public advocate in Anchorage.

John W. Erickson, Jr.:

Mr. Erickson has been an Alaska resident for 21½ years, and has practiced law for 9½ years. He graduated from J. Reuben Clark School of Law in 1999, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Bruce Roberts:

Mr. Roberts has been an Alaska resident for 24½ years, and has practiced law for 22½ years. He graduated from Golden Gate University School of Law in 1986 and is currently an attorney for the Transportation Security Administration, Office of Chief Counsel.

Les Syren:

Mr. Syren has been an Alaska resident for 47 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame Law School in 1989, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Pamela Scott Washington:

Ms. Washington has been an Alaska resident for 19 years, and has practiced law for 15½ years. She graduated from Arizona State University School of Law in 1991 and is currently a prosecutor for the Municipality of Anchorage.

Erin White:

Ms. White has been an Alaska resident for 11½ years, and has practiced law for 17½ years. She graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Law in 1990, and is currently a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Municipality of Anchorage and the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Joan M. Wilson:

Ms. Wilson has been an Alaska resident for 35 years, and has practiced law for 13 years. She graduated from Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College, in 1996 and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

Anchorage Superior Court - May 2010

Rhonda F. Butterfield:

(withdrew) Ms. Butterfield has been an Alaska resident for 33½ years, and has practiced law for 31½ years. She graduated from Georgetown University Law Center in 1976, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Dani Crosby:

Ms. Crosby has been an Alaska resident for 23½ years, and has practiced law for 13½ years. She graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1996 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

John W. Erickson, Jr.:

Mr. Erickson has been an Alaska resident for 21½ years and has practiced law for 9½ years. He graduated from J. Reuben Clark School of Law in 1999 and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Andrew Guidi:

Mr. Guidi has been an Alaska resident for 27 years and has practiced law for 26 years. He graduated from UCLA School of Law in 1982 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Barat M. LaPorte:

Ms. LaPorte has been an Alaska resident for 40 years and has practiced law for 14 years. She graduated from the University of Notre Dame Law School in 1995 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Gregory Miller:

Mr. Miller has been an Alaska resident for 20½ years, and has practiced law for 22 years. He graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1987, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Kevin M. Saxby:

Mr. Saxby has been an Alaska resident for 23½ years, and has practiced law for 24½ years. He graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 1986 and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Alma M. Upicksoun:

Ms. Upicksoun has been an Alaska resident for 53 years, and has practiced law for 15½ years. She graduated from Cornell University School of Law in 1983, and is currently self employed as a legal consultant.

Erin White:

Ms. White has been an Alaska resident for 11½ years, and has practiced law for 17½ years. She graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Law in 1990, and is currently a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Municipality of Anchorage and the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Joan M. Wilson:

Ms. Wilson has been an Alaska resident for 20 years, and has practiced law for 13 years. She graduated from Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College in 1996 and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

Kotzebue Superior Court - May 2010

Bruce L. Brown:

Mr. Brown has been an Alaska resident for 23½ years and, has practiced law for 20 years. He graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Law in 1989, and is currently an assistant public defender in Palmer.

Brooke Browning:

(withdrew) Ms. Browning has been an Alaska resident for 8 years, and has practiced law for 7½ years. She graduated from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law in 2002, and is currently working for the Office of Public Advocacy in Bethel.

Steve L. Elliott:

(withdrew) Mr. Elliott , has been an Alaska resident for 46½ years, and has practiced law for 10 years. He graduated from Santa Clara University School of Law in 1996, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

R. Poke Haffner:

Ms. Haffner has been an Alaska resident for 24 years, and has practiced law for 21½ years. She graduated from UC Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law in 1980, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Andy Harrington:

(withdrew) Mr. Harrington has been an Alaska resident for 29½ years, and has practiced law for 28½ years. He graduated from Harvard University in 1980, and is currently executive director of Alaska Legal Services.

Dorne Hawxhurst:

(withdrew) Ms. Hawxhurst has been an Alaska resident for 15½ years, and has practiced law for 9 years. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 2000, and is currently an administrative attorney for the Alaska Court System.

Robin L. Koutchak:

Ms. Koutchak has been an Alaska resident for 17½ years, and has practiced law for 19 years. She graduated from Michigan State University College of Law in 1989, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Paul A. Roetman:

Mr. Roetman has been an Alaska resident for 37 years, and has practiced law for 8 years. He graduated from Regent University School of Law in 1999, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Palmer.

Gail R. Schubert:

(withdrew) Ms. Schubert has been an Alaska resident for 45½ years, and has practiced law for 25 years. She graduated from Cornell University School of Law in 1984, and is currently CEO and general counsel of the Bering Straits Native Corporation.

Alma M. Upicksoun:

(withdrew) Ms. Upicksoun has been an Alaska resident for 53 years, and has practiced law for 15½ years. She graduated from Cornell University in 1983, and is currently self employed as a legal consultant.

Palmer District Court - December 2009

Richard Kenneth Allen:

Mr. Allen has been an Alaska resident for 32 years and has practiced law for 10 years. He graduated from the University of Idaho College of Law in 2000 and is currently an assistant district attorney in Palmer.

Daniel L. Cheyette:

Mr. Cheyette has been an Alaska resident for 13 years and has practiced law for 10 1/2 years. He graduated from Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College in 1996 and is currently an assistant attorney general in the Office of Special Prosecutions in Anchorage.

Leslie Dickson:

Ms. Dickson has been an Alaska resident for 14 years and has practiced law for 13 years. She graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1995 and is currently an assistant public advocate in Anchorage.

John W. Erickson, Jr.:

Mr. Erickson has been an Alaska resident for 21 years and has practiced law for 9 years. He graduated from J. Reuben Clark School of Law in 1999 and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Robin L. Koutchak:

(withdrew) Ms. Koutchak has been an Alaska resident for 17 years and has practiced law for 18 1/2 years. She graduated from Michigan State University College of Law in 1989 and is currently an assistant attorney general in the Office of Special Prosecutions in Anchorage.

Tara Logsdon Lachinski:

Ms. Lachinski has been an Alaska resident for 13 years and has practiced law for 12 1/2 years. She graduated from Regent University School of Law in 1996 and is currently in private practice in Palmer.

Paul E. Olson:

Mr. Olson has been an Alaska resident for 32 1/2 years and has practiced law for 31 1/2 years. He graduated from South Texas College of Law in 1975 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Keenan Powell:

(withdrew) Ms. Powell has been an Alaska resident for 27 years and has practiced law for 26 years. She graduated from McGeorge School of Law in 1982 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

James L. Walker:

Mr. Walker has been an Alaska resident for 24 1/2 years and has practiced law for 16 1/2 years. He graduated from the Lewis & Clark College - Northwestern School of Law in 1992 and is currently in-house counsel for the Matanuska Electric Association, Inc. in Palmer.

Erin White:

(withdrew) Ms. White has been an Alaska resident for 11 years and has practiced law for 17 years. She graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Law in 1990 and is currently a special assistant attorney for the Municipality of Anchorage and the United States Attorney's Office.

T. Burke Wonnell:

(withdrew) Mr. Wonnell has been an Alaska resident for 29 1/2 years and has practiced law for 13 years. He graduated from Washington and Lee School of Law in 1996 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

David L. Zwink:

Magistrate Zwink has been an Alaska resident for 24 years and has practiced law for 23 years. He graduated from the University of Oregon Law School in 1985 and is currently a magistrate/standing master in Palmer.

Anchorage District Court - December 2009

Daniel L. Cheyette:

Mr. Cheyette has been an Alaska resident for 12 1/2 years and has practiced law for 10 years. He graduated from Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College in 1996 and is currently an assistant attorney general in the Office of Special Prosecutions in Anchorage.

John W. Erickson, Jr.:

(withdrew) Mr. Erickson has been an Alaska resident for 21 years and has practiced law for 9 years. He graduated from J. Reuben Clark School of Law in 1999 and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Patrick S. Hammers:

(appointed to Fairbanks District Court) Magistrate Hammers has been an Alaska resident for 16 years and has practiced law for 29 1/2 years. He graduated from the William Mitchell College of Law in 1979 and is currently a magistrate/standing master in Fairbanks.

Paul E. Olson:

Mr. Olson has been an Alaska resident for 32 1/2 years and has practiced law for 31 1/2 years. He graduated from South Texas College of Law in 1975 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Carolyn Ann Perkins:

Ms. Perkins has been an Alaska resident for 5 years and has practiced law for 10 1/2 years. She graduated from St. Mary's School of Law in 1996 and is currently a public advocate in Anchorage.

Keenan Powell:

(withdrew) Ms. Powell has been an Alaska resident for 27 years and has practiced law for 26 years. She graduated from McGeorge School of Law in 1982 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Bruce Roberts:

Mr. Roberts has been an Alaska resident for 24 years and has practiced law for 22 years. He graduated from Golden Gate University School of Law in 1986 and is currently an attorney for the Transportation Security Administration, Office of Chief Counsel.

Pamela Scott Washington:

Ms. Washington has been an Alaska resident for 34 years and has practiced law for 15 years. She graduated from Arizona State University School of Law in 1991 and is currently a prosecutor for the Municipality of Anchorage.

Erin White:

Ms. White has been an Alaska resident for 11 years and has practiced law for 17 years. She graduated from The University of New Mexico School of Law in 1990 and is currently a Special Assistant US Attorney for the Municipality of Anchorage and the US Attorney's Office.

Joan M. Wilson:

Ms. Wilson has been an Alaska resident for 19 1/2 years and has practiced law for 12 1/2 years. She graduated from Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College in 1996 and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

T. Burke Wonnell:

(withdrew) Mr. Wonnell has been an Alaska resident for 29 years and has practiced law for 12 1/2 years. He graduated from Washington and Lee School of Law in 1996 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Alaska Supreme Court - October 2009

Susan M. Carney:

(withdrew) Ms. Carney has been an Alaska resident for 21 1/2 years and has practiced law for 20 1/2 years. She graduated from Harvard Law School in 1987 and is currently an assistant public advocate in Fairbanks.

David S. Case:

Mr. Case has been an Alaska resident for 34 1/2 years and has practiced law for 24 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Washington, School of Law in 1974 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Kevin G. Clarkson:

Mr. Clarkson has been an Alaska resident for 23 1/2 years and has practiced law for 23 1/2 years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1985 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Paul Eaglin:

(withdrew) Mr. Eaglin has been an Alaska resident for 16 years and has practiced law for 29 years. He graduated from Duke University School of Law in 1976 and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Ben Esch:

(withdrew) Judge Esch has been an Alaska resident for 36 1/2 years and has practiced law for 36 years. He graduated from Arizona State University School of Law in 1973 and is currently a superior court judge in Nome.

Richard H. Foley, Jr.:

Mr. Foley has been an Alaska resident for 35 1/2 years and has practiced law for 27 1/2 years. He graduated from Rutgers University School of Law in 1981 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Andy Harrington:

Mr. Harrington has been an Alaska resident for 29 years and has practiced law for 28 years. He graduated from Harvard University Law School in 1980 and is currently the executive director of Alaska Legal Services.

Michael I. Jeffery:

Judge Jeffery has been an Alaska resident for 33 1/2 years and has practiced law for 33 1/2 years. He graduated from Yale Law School in 1969 and is currently a superior court judge in Barrow.

Michael Jungreis:

(withdrew) Mr. Jungreis has been an Alaska resident for 30 years and has practiced law for 29 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Miami School of Law in 1978 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

David A. Lawrence:

Mr. Lawrence has been an Alaska resident for 6 1/2 years and has practiced law for 34 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1974 and is currently a chief administrative law judge in Anchorage.

Michael A. MacDonald:

Judge MacDonald has been an Alaska resident for 27 1/2 years and has practiced law for 20 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Law in 1988 and is currently a superior court judge in Fairbanks.

Michael P. McConahy:

(appointed to Fairbanks Superior) Mr. McConahy has been an Alaska resident for 31 years and has practiced law for 30 years. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound Law School in 1978 and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

William F. Morse:

Judge Morse has been an Alaska resident for 28 1/2 years and has practiced law for 28 1/2 years. He graduated from Lewis and Clark School of Law in 1980 and is currently a superior court judge in Anchorage.

Frank A. Pfiffner:

Mr. Pfiffner has been an Alaska resident for 34 1/2 years and has practiced law for 34 years. He graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law in 1974 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Mark Rindner:

Judge Rindner has been an Alaska resident for 29 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 30 years. He graduated from the University of California School of Law at Berkeley in 1978 and is currently a superior court judge in Anchorage.

Phyllis Shepherd:

(withdrew) Ms. Shepherd has been an Alaska resident for 27 1/2 years and has practiced law for 25 1/2 years. She graduated from Loyola University of Chicago School of Law in 1975 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Eric Smith:

Judge Smith has been an Alaska resident for 27 years and has practiced law for 30 years. He graduated from Yale Law School in 1979, and is currently a superior court judge in Palmer.

Spencer C. Sneed:

Mr. Sneed has been an Alaska resident for 57 years and has practiced law for 30 1/2 years. He graduated from Williamette University College of Law in 1978 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Trevor N. Stephens:

(withdrew) Judge Stephens has been an Alaska resident for 49 years and has practiced law for 23 1/2 years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1985 and is currently a superior court judge in Ketchikan.

Craig Stowers:

Judge Stowers has been an Alaska resident for 31 1/2 years and has practiced law for 23 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of California Davis School of Law in 1985 and is currently a superior court judge in Anchorage.

John Suddock:

(withdrew) Judge Suddock has been an Alaska resident for 60 years and has practiced law for 33 1/2 years. He graduated from Boalt Hall, University of California at Berkeley School of Law in 1975 and is currently a superior court judge in Anchorage.

Terry L. Thurbon:

Ms. Thurbon , has been an Alaska resident for 18 years and has practiced law for 22 years. She graduated from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 1986 and is currently the Chief Administrative Law Judge for the state, located in Juneau.

Philip R. Volland:

Judge Volland has been an Alaska resident for 33 years and has practiced law for 32 years. He graduated from New York University School of Law in 1976 and is currently a superior court judge in Anchorage.

Daniel Westerburg:

Mr. Westerburg has been an Alaska resident for 30 1/2 years and has practiced law for 30 years. He graduated from The Ohio State University College of Law in 1978 and is currently in private practice in Homer.

John W. Wolfe:

(withdrew) Judge Wolfe has been an Alaska resident for 11 1/2 years and has practiced law for 25 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma School of Law in 1983 and is currently a district court judge in Palmer.

Anchorage Superior Court - September 2009

Christopher C. Canterbury:

(withdrew) Mr. Canterbury has been an Alaska resident for 34 1/2 years and has practiced law for 16 1/2 years. He graduated from Columbia University School of Law in 1992 and is currently in private practice in Palmer.

Daniel L. Cheyette:

Mr. Cheyette has been an Alaska resident for 12 1/2 years and has practiced law for 10 years. He graduated from Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College in 1996 and is currently an assistant attorney general in the Office of Special Prosecutions in Anchorage.

Michael Corey:

Mr. Corey has been an Alaska resident for 29 years and has practiced law for 23 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1985 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Dani Crosby:

Ms. Crosby has been an Alaska resident for 23 years and has practiced law for 13 years. She graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1996 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Ken Diemer:

Mr. Diemer has been an Alaska resident for 13 years and has practiced law for 16 years. He graduated from Vermont Law School in 1991 and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Roberta C. Erwin:

(withdrew) Ms. Erwin has been an Alaska resident for 40 years and has practiced law for 15 years. She graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1994 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Andrew Guidi:

Mr. Guidi has been an Alaska resident for 26 1/2 years and has practiced law for 25 1/2 years. He graduated from UCLA School of Law in 1982 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Trena L. Heikes:

Ms. Heikes has been an Alaska resident for 52 years and has practiced law for 26 years. She graduated from the University of Denver College of Law in 1982 and is currently Director of Division of Workers' Compensation for the State of Alaska.

Michael Jungreis:

Mr. Jungreis has been an Alaska resident for 30 years and has practiced law for 29 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Miami School of Law in 1978 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Marilyn Jane Kamm:

(withdrew) Ms. Kamm has been an Alaska resident for 30 years and has practiced law for 29 years. She graduated from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in 1978 and is currently an assistant attorney general in Juneau.

Jonathon A. Katcher:

Mr. Katcher has been an Alaska resident for 27 1/2 years and has practiced law for 27 1/2 years. He graduated from Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College in 1981 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Julia D. Moudy:

(withdrew) Ms. Moudy has been an Alaska resident for 33 years and has practiced law for 15 years. She graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1994 and is currently a public defender in Anchorage.

Frank A. Pfiffner:

Mr. Pfiffner has been an Alaska resident for 34 1/2 years and has practiced law for 34 years. He graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law in 1974 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

J. Michael Robbins:

(withdrew) Mr. Robbins has been an Alaska resident for 34 years and has practiced law for 37 1/2 years. He graduated from LSU Law School in 1971 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Kevin M. Saxby:

Mr. Saxby has been an Alaska resident for 23 years and has practiced law for 24 years. He graduated from the University of Wyoming, College of Law in 1986 and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Alex M. Swiderski:

(withdrew) Judge Swiderski has been an Alaska resident for 31 1/2 years and has practiced law for 31 1/2 years. He graduated from Northeastern University Law School in 1977 and is currently a district court judge in Anchorage.

Palmer Superior Court - June 2009

Richard Kenneth Allen:

Mr. Allen has been an Alaska resident for 31 years and has practiced law for 9 years. He graduated from the University of Idaho College of Law in 2000 and is currently an assistant district attorney in Palmer.

Christopher C. Canterbury:

Mr. Canterbury has been an Alaska resident for 34 1/2 years and has practiced law for 16 1/2 years. He graduated from Columbia University School of Law in 1992 and is currently in private practice in Palmer.

Michael Gershel:

Mr. Gershel has been an Alaska resident for 24 years and has practiced law for 24 years. He graduated from the University of Minnesota School of Law in 1984 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Windy East Hannaman:

Ms. Hannaman has been an Alaska resident for 26 years and has practiced law for 9 1/2 years. She graduated from Temple University School of Law in 1999 and is currently the deputy director of the Office of Public Advocacy.

Gregory Louis Heath:

Judge Heath has been an Alaska resident for15 1/2 years and has practiced law for 16 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Montana School of law in 1993 and is currently a district court judge in Palmer.

J. Michael Robbins:

Mr. Robbins has been an Alaska resident for 33 1/2 years and has practiced law for 37 1/2 years. He graduated from LSU Law School in 1971 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Nicholas Spiropoulos:

Mr. Spiropoulos has been an Alaska resident for 9 years and has practiced law for 11 years. He graduated from Chicago-Kent College of Law in 1997 and is currently the Borough Attorney for the Matanuska-Susitna Borough.

Fairbanks District Court - June 2009

John J. Connors:

(withdrew) Mr. Connors has been an Alaska resident for 21 1/2 years and has practiced law for 23 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of San Francisco School of Law in 1983 and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Leslie Dickson:

Ms. Dickson has been an Alaska resident for 13 1/2 years and has practiced law for 12 1/2 years. She graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1995 and is currently an assistant public advocate in Anchorage.

Gene L. Gustafson:

Mr. Gustafson has been an Alaska resident for 11 years and has practiced law for 28 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Idaho, College of Law in 1980 and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Patrick S. Hammers:

Magistrate Hammers has been an Alaska resident for 15 1/2 years and has practiced law for 29 years. He graduated from William Mitchell College of Law in 1979 and is currently a magistrate/standing master in Fairbanks.

Michael O'Brien:

Mr. O'Brien has been an Alaska resident for 9 1/2 years and has practiced law for 6 1/2 years. He graduated from Vermont Law School in 2002 and is currently Associate General Counsel, University of Alaska in Fairbanks.

Ben Seekins:

Mr. Seekins has been an Alaska resident for 34 years and has practiced law for 6 1/2 years. He graduated from Gonzaga Law School in 2002 and is currently an assistant district attorney in Fairbanks.

Mary Susan Spiers:

(withdrew) Ms. Spiers has been an Alaska resident for 11 years and has practiced law for 11 years. She graduated from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1988 and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Fairbanks Superior Court - June 2009

Chris Bataille:

(withdrew) Mr. Bataille has been an Alaska resident for 33 1/2 years and has practiced law for 24 1/2 years. He graduated from Suffolk University Law School in 1983 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Danielle Shay Foster:

(withdrew) Ms. Foster has been an Alaska resident for 5 3/4 years and has practiced law for 5 3/4 years. She graduated from Vermont Law School in 2001 and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

J. Michael Gray:

Mr. Gray has been an Alaska resident for 16 years and has practiced law for 25 1/2 years. He graduated from Marshall-Wythe School of Law in 1981 and currently serves as District Attorney in Fairbanks.

Gene L. Gustafson:

Mr. Gustafson has been an Alaska resident for 11 years and has practiced law for 28 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Idaho, College of Law in 1980 and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Bethany Spalding Harbison:

Magistrate Harbison has been an Alaska resident for 15 1/2 years and has practiced law for 15 years. She graduated from Harvard Law School in 1993 and is currently a standing master/magistrate in Fairbanks.

Jane F. Kauvar:

Judge Kauvar has been an Alaska resident for 35 1/2 years and has practiced law for 35 years. She graduated from the UC Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law, in 1973, and is currently a district court judge in Fairbanks.

Scott L. Mattern:

Mr. Mattern has been an Alaska resident for 29 years and has practiced law for 19 years. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound Law School in 1988 and is currently the Chief Deputy Assistant District Attorney for the Fourth Judicial District in Fairbanks.

Michael P. McConahy:

Mr. McConahy has been an Alaska resident for 31 years and has practiced law for 30 years. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound Law School in 1978 and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Nelson Traverso:

Mr. Traverso has been an Alaska resident for 26 years and has practiced law for 25 years. He graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1981 and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Kodiak Superior Court - February 2009

Steve Cole:

Magistrate Cole has been an Alaska resident for 34 years and has practiced law for 27 years. He graduated from the University of Colorado School of Law at Boulder in 1981 and is currently a magistrate/standing master in Kodiak.

Mark D. Osterman:

Mr. Osterman has been an Alaska resident for ten years and has practiced law for 18 years. He graduated from Thomas E. Cooley School of Law in 1988, and is currently in private practice in Kenai.

Robert P. Owens:

Mr. Owens has been an Alaska resident for 26 years and has practiced law for 26 years. He graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1981, and is currently an assistant municipal attorney in Anchorage.

Stephen B. Wallace:

Mr. Wallace has been an Alaska resident for 26 years and has practiced law for 19 years. He graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law in 1988, and is currently the Kodiak District Attorney.

Alaska Supreme Court - February 2009

Morgan Christen:

Judge Christen has been an Alaska resident for 22 1/2 years and has practiced law for 22 years. She graduated from Golden Gate University School of Law in 1986 and is currently a superior court judge and the presiding judge in the Third Judicial District.

Kenneth P. Jacobus:

Mr. Jacobus has been an Alaska resident for 40 1/2 years and has practiced law for 40 years. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Law in 1968 and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Kenneth C. Kirk:

Mr. Kirk has been an Alaska resident for 48 years and has practiced law for 21 years. He graduated from Cornell Law School in 1987, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

David A. Lawrence:

Mr. Lawrence has been an Alaska resident for six years and has practiced law for 34 years. He graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1974 and is currently a chief administrative law judge in Anchorage.

Frank A. Pfiffner:

Mr. Pfiffner has been an Alaska resident for 34 years and has practiced law for 33 years. He graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law in 1974, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Eric Smith:

Judge Smith has been an Alaska resident for 26 1/2 years and has practiced law for 29 years. He graduated from Yale Law School in 1979, and is currently a superior court judge in Palmer.

Anchorage District - December 2008

Suzanne R. Cole:

Ms. Cole has been an Alaska resident for 18 years, and has practiced law for 17 years. She graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 1990, and is currently a superior court master in Anchorage.

Patrick S. Hammers:

Magistrate Hammers has been an Alaska resident for 15 years, and has practiced law for 28 1/2 years. He graduated from the William Mitchell College of Law in 1979, and is currently a magistrate/standing master in Fairbanks.

Paul E. Olson:

Judge Olsen has been an Alaska resident for 31 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 30 1/2 years. He graduated from South Texas College of Law in 1975, and is currently a pro tem judge in Anchorage.

R. Bruce Roberts:

Mr. Roberts has been an Alaska resident for 22 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 20 1/2 years. He graduated from the Golden Gate University School of Law in 1986, and is currently a federal attorney.

David R. Wallace:

Mr. Wallace has been an Alaska resident for 47 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. He graduated from the University of Arizona, College of Law in 1987, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Jennifer K. Wells:

Ms. Wells has been an Alaska resident for 18 years, and has practiced law for 17 years. She graduated from Suffolk University School of Law in 1990, and is currently an acting district court judge in Kenai.

Taylor E. Winston:

Ms. Winston has been an Alaska resident for 11 years, and has practiced law for 10 1/2 years. She graduated from Georgetown University School of Law in 1997, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

Ketchikan Superior Court - October 2008

William Barker Carey:

Mr. Carey has been an Alaska resident for 28 years, and has practiced law for 25 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Denver College of Law in 1980, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Kevin G. Miller:

Judge Miller has been an Alaska resident for 41 years, and has practiced law for 19 1/2 years. He graduated from McGeorge School of Law in 1988, and is currently a district court judge in Ketchikan.

James Scott:

Mr. Scott has been an Alaska resident for 9 years, and has practiced law for 15 1/2 years. He graduated from Saint Louis University School of Law in 1992, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Ketchikan.

Stephen R. West:

Mr. West has been an Alaska resident for 31 years, and has practiced law for 30 years. He graduated from the University of Houston in 1977, and is currently the District Attorney in Ketchikan.

Alaska Court of Appeals - July 2008

Joel Bolger:

Judge Bolger has been an Alaska resident for 27 years, and has practiced law for 29 years. He graduated from the University of Iowa in 1978, and is currently a superior court judge in Kodiak.

Susan M. Carney:

Ms. Carney has been an Alaska resident for 20 years, and has practiced law for 19 years. She graduated from Harvard Law School in 1987 and is currently an assistant public advocate in Fairbanks.

Ken Diemer:

Mr. Diemer has been an Alaska resident for 11 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 15 years. He graduated from the Vermont Law School in 1991, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

James Fayette:

Mr. Fayette has been an Alaska resident for 18 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 18 1/2 years. He graduated from Boston University School of Law in 1988 and is currently supervisor of the special prosecutions section of the Dept. of Law Office of Special Prosecutions and Appeals.

Patrick J. Gullufsen:

Mr. Gullufsen has been an Alaska resident for 57 years, and has practiced law for 33 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Washington, School of Law in 1973, and is currently a senior assistant attorney general in Juneau.

Kevin F. McCoy:

Mr. McCoy has been an Alaska resident for 31 years, and has practiced law for 31 years. He graduated from Western State University College of Law in 1975, and is currently an assistant federal defender in Anchorage.

Douglas Owen Moody:

Mr. Moody has been an Alaska resident for 18 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 18 1/2 years. He graduated from University of California, Davis, King Hall Law School in 1989, and is currently a public defender in Anchorage.

Colleen J. Moore:

Ms. Moore i has been an Alaska resident for 47 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 21 years. She graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1986, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Wayne Anthony Ross:

Mr. Ross has been an Alaska resident for 39 years, and has practiced law for 39 years. He graduated from the Marquette University Law School in 1968, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Jack W. Smith:

Judge Smith has been an Alaska resident for 13 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 29 years. He graduated from the University of Idaho in 1979, and is currently a superior court judge in Anchorage.

Rick Svobodny:

Mr. Svobodny has been an Alaska resident for 33 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 34 1/2 years. He graduated from Northwestern School of Law: Lewis and Clark College in 1973, and is currently the Deputy Attorney General, Criminal Division, for the State of Alaska Department of Law.

Timothy W. Terrell:

Mr. Terrell has been an Alaska resident for 36 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 17 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law in 1990, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Mark I. Wood:

Judge Wood has been an Alaska resident for 47 years, and has practiced law for 32 years. He graduated from Cornell Law School in 1975, and is currently a superior court judge in Fairbanks.

Anchorage District Court - April 2008

Karen E. Bendler:

Ms. Bendler has been an Alaska resident for 22 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 17 years. She graduated from Northwestern University School of Law in 1990, and is currently a Magistrate IV/Standing Master in Kotzebue.

Alfred Clayton, Jr.:

Mr. Clayton has been an Alaska resident for 45 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 15 years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1991, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Catherine M. Easter:

Ms. Easter has been an Alaska resident for 22 years, and has practiced law for 21 years. She graduated from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1985, and is currently employed by the Office of Public Advocacy in Anchorage.

Patrick S. Hammers:

Mr. Hammers has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for 28 years. He graduated from the William Mitchell College of Law in 1979, and is currently a committing magistrate/standing master in Fairbanks.

Jonathon Lack:

(withdrew) Mr. Lack has been an Alaska resident for 37 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 9 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Richmond, TC Williams School of Law in 1996, and is currently a standing family master in Anchorage.

Colleen J. Moore:

Ms. Moore has been an Alaska resident for 47 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 21 years. She graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1986, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Robert P. Owens:

Mr. Owens has been an Alaska resident for 25 years, and has practiced law for 25 years. He graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1981, and is currently an assistant municipal attorney in Anchorage.

R. Bruce Roberts:

Mr. Roberts has been an Alaska resident for 22 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. He graduated from the Golden Gate University School of Law in 1986, and is currently a federal attorney.

Steven D. Smith:

Mr. Smith has been an Alaska resident for 29 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 31 years. He graduated from Willamette University School of Law in 1976, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

David R. Wallace:

Mr. Wallace has been an Alaska resident for 47 years, and has practiced law for 19 years. He graduated from the University of Arizona, College of Law in 1987, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Joan M. Wilson:

Ms. Wilson has been an Alaska resident for 18 years, and has practiced law for 11 years. She graduated from Lewis and Clark College, Northwestern School of Law in 1996, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Barrow Superior Court - April 2008

R. Poke Haffner:

Ms. Haffner has been an Alaska resident for 22 years, and has practiced law for 19 1/2 years. She graduated from UC Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law in 1980, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Michael I. Jeffery:

Judge Jeffery has been an Alaska resident for 31 years, and has practiced law for 31 years. He graduated from Yale Law School in 1969, and is currently the superior court judge in Barrow.

Steven D. Smith:

(withdrew) Mr. Smith has been an Alaska resident for 26 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 31 years. He graduated from Willamette University School of Law in 1976, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Fairbanks Superior Court - January 2008

Lori M. Bodwell:

Ms. Bodwell has been an Alaska resident for 15 years, and has practiced law for 16 years. She graduated from Boston College Law School in 1991, and is currently the supervising attorney for the Office of Public Advocacy in Fairbanks.

R. Poke Haffner:

Ms. Haffner has been an Alaska resident for 22 years, and has practiced law for 19 years. She graduated from UC Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law in 1980, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Patrick S. Hammers:

(withdrew) Mr. Hammers has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for 27 1/2 years. He graduated from the William Mitchell College of Law in 1979, and is currently a committing magistrate/standing master in Fairbanks.

Bethany Spalding Harbison:

Ms. Harbison has been an Alaska resident for 14 years and has practiced law for 11 1/2 years. She graduated from Harvard Law School in 1993, and is currently a standing master/magistrate in Fairbanks.

Jane F. Kauvar:

Judge Kauvar has been an Alaska resident for 34 years, and has practiced law for 33 1/2 years. She graduated from the UC Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law, in 1973, and is currently a district court judge in Fairbanks.

Paul Lyle:

Mr. Lyle has been an Alaska resident for 26 years, and has practiced law for 28 years. He graduated from Temple University School of Law in 1978, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Michael P. McConahy:

Mr. McConahy has been an Alaska resident for 29 1/2 years and has practiced law for 28 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1978, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Corinne Vorenkamp:

(withdrew) Ms. Vorenkamp has been an Alaska resident for 9 years, and has practiced law for 9 years. She graduated from the University of Michigan Law School in 1997, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Fairbanks.

Zane D. Wilson:

Mr. Wilson has been an Alaska resident for 42 years, and has practiced law for 15 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Arizona School of Law in 1991, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Alaska Supreme Court - October 2007

Joel H. Bolger:

Judge Bolger has been an Alaska resident for 26 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 28 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law in 1978, and is currently a superior court judge in Kodiak.

Susan M. Carney:

Ms. Carney has been an Alaska resident for 20 years, and has practiced law for 19 years. She graduated from Harvard Law School in 1987, and is currently an assistant public advocate in Fairbanks.

Morgan Christen:

Judge Christen has been an Alaska resident for 21 years, and has practiced law for 21 years. She graduated from Golden Gate University School of Law in 1986, and is currently a superior court judge in Anchorage.

Alfred Clayton, Jr.:

(withdrew) Mr. Clayton has been an Alaska resident for 45 years, and has practiced law for 14 1/2 years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1991, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Joanne Grace:

Ms. Grace has been an Alaska resident for 29 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. She graduated from Harvard Law School in 1985, received a LL.M., Taxation, from Georgetown Law Center in 1987, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Andy Harrington:

Mr. Harrington has been an Alaska resident for 27 years, and has practiced law for 26 years. He graduated from Harvard Law School in 1980, and is currently Executive Director of Alaska Legal Services in Fairbanks.

Robert John:

(withdrew) Mr. John has been an Alaska resident for 23 years, and has practiced law for 17 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law in 1989, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Mary Ann Lundquist:

(withdrew) Ms. Lundquist has been an Alaska resident for 48 years, and has practiced law for 15 1/2 years. She graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1990, received a LL.M., Taxation, from the University of Florida School of Law in 1991, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Peter J. Maassen:

Mr. Maassen has been an Alaska resident for 26 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 26 years. He graduated from the University of Michigan Law School in 1980, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Allison Mendel:

Ms. Mendel has been an Alaska resident for 25 years, and has practiced law for 24 1/2 years. She graduated from the University of California Davis King Hall School of Law in 1980, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Frank A. Pfiffner:

Mr. Pfiffner has been an Alaska resident for 33 years, and has practiced law for 32 years. He graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law in 1974, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Mark Rindner:

Judge Rindner has been an Alaska resident for 28 years, and has practiced law for 28 years. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law in 1978, and is currently a superior court judge in Anchorage.

Wayne Anthony Ross:

Mr. Ross has been an Alaska resident for 39 years, and has practiced law for 39 years. He graduated from the Marquette University Law School in 1968, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Eric Smith:

Judge Smith has been an Alaska resident for 25 years, and has practiced law for 28 years. He graduated from Yale Law School in 1979, and is currently a superior court judge in Palmer.

Daniel E. Winfree:

Mr. Winfree has been an Alaska resident for 54 years, and has practiced law for 25 years. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law in 1981, and is currently the Executive Director/General Counsel for the Greater Fairbanks Community Hospital Foundation, Inc.

Mark I. Wood:

Judge Wood has been an Alaska resident for 47 years, and has practiced law for 31 1/2 years. He graduated from Cornell Law School in 1975, and is currently a superior court judge in Fairbanks.

Sitka Superior Court - September 2007

William B. Carey:

Mr. Carey has been an Alaska resident for 27 years, and has practiced law for 24 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Denver College of Law in 1980, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

David V. George:

Mr. George has been an Alaska resident for 30 years, and has practiced law for 31 years. He graduated from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 1974, and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

Theresa Hillhouse:

Ms. Hillhouse has been an Alaska resident for 32 years, and has practiced law for 26 1/2 years. She graduated from Antioch Law School in 1978, and is currently the municipal attorney in Sitka.

Bruce E. Horton:

Mr. Horton has been an Alaska resident for 23 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 27 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound Law School in 1979 and is currently a magistrate in Sitka.

Jude Pate:

Mr. Pate has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for 13 years. He graduated from Lewis & Clark Northwestern School of Law in 1993, and is currently a public defender in Sitka.

Daniel Schally:

Judge Schally has been an Alaska resident for 10 years, and has practiced law for 10 years. He graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1997, and is currently the district court judge in Valdez.

Terry L. Thurbon:

Ms. Thurbon has been an Alaska resident for 16 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. She graduated from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 1986, and is currently the Chief Administrative Law Judge for the state, located in Juneau.

Juneau Superior Court - July 2007

Susan D. Cox:

Ms. Cox has been an Alaska resident for 24 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 24 years. She graduated from the University of California at Davis, King Hall School of Law in 1982, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Juneau.

Kathleen Frederick:

(withdrew) Ms. Frederick has been an Alaska resident for five years, and has practiced law for 24 years. She graduated from the Villanova University School of Law in 1983, and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

Keith B. Levy:

Mr. Levy has been an Alaska resident for 20 years, and has practiced law for 24 years. He graduated from the Santa Clara University Law School in 1982, and is currently a district court judge in Juneau.

Leslie Longenbaugh:

Ms. Longenbaugh has been an Alaska resident for 43 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. She graduated from Hastings College of the Law, University of California, San Francisco in 1986, and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

Robert F. Meachum:

Mr. Meachum has been an Alaska resident for 28 years, and has practiced law for 21 years. He graduated from the Northeastern University School of Law in 1981, and is currently an assistant public defender in Juneau.

Philip M. Pallenberg:

Mr. Pallenberg has been an Alaska resident for 23 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 23 years. He graduated from the University of Washington Law School in 1983, and is currently a part-time U.S. Magistrate Judge in Juneau, and in private practice.

Anthony M. Sholty:

Mr. Sholty has been an Alaska resident for 31 years, and has practiced law for 30 1/2 years. He graduated from UCLA in 1976, and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

Terry L. Thurbon:

Ms. Thurbon has been an Alaska resident for 16 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. She graduated from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 1986, and is currently the Chief Administrative Law Judge for the state located in Juneau.

Stephen R. West:

(withdrew) Mr. West has been an Alaska resident for 30 years, and has practiced law for 29 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Houston in 1977, and is currently the District Attorney in Ketchikan.

Sheldon Winters:

(withdrew) Mr. Winters has been an Alaska resident for 42 years, and has practiced law for 21 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1985, and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

Kenai Superior Court - June 2007

Carl Bauman:

Mr. Bauman has been an Alaska resident for 34 years, and has practiced law for 33 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Oregon in 1973, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Kathleen Frederick:

(withdrew) Ms. Frederick has been an Alaska resident for five years, and has practiced law for 24 years. She graduated from the Villanova University School of Law in 1983, and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

R. Poke Haffner:

Ms. Haffner has been an Alaska resident for 21 years, and has practiced law for 19 years. She graduated from Boalt Hall at UC Berkeley in 1980, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Sharon A.S. Illsley:

(appointed to Kenai District Court) Ms. Illsley has been an Alaska resident for 13 years, and has practiced law for 21 years. She graduated from the University of Colorado School of Law in 1981, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

Dennis Patrick (Pat) James:

(withdrew) Mr. James has been an Alaska resident for 62 years, and has practiced law for 33 years. He graduated from the Willamette University, College of Law in 1973, and is currently an assistant municipal prosecutor in Anchorage.

Scot H. Leaders:

Mr. Leaders has been an Alaska resident for 15 years, and has practiced law for nine years. He graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in 1997, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Kenai.

Lynn E. Levengood:

(withdrew) Mr. Levengood has been an Alaska resident for 34 years, and has practiced law for 18 1/2 years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1988, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Michael A. MacDonald:

(withdrew) Mr. MacDonald has been an Alaska resident for 25 years, and has practiced law for 18 years. He graduated from the University of New Mexico in 1988, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Peter F. Mysing:

Mr. Mysing has been an Alaska resident for 30 years, and has practiced law for 30 years. He graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1976, and is currently in private practice in Kenai.

Paul E. Olson:

(withdrew) Mr. Olson has been an Alaska resident for 30 years, and has practiced law for 29 years. He graduated from the South Texas College of Law in 1975, and is currently a pro tem district court judge in Anchorage.

Robert P. Owens:

Mr. Owens has been an Alaska resident for 24 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 24 1/2 years. He graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1981, and is currently an assistant municipal attorney in Anchorage.

Chris Provost:

Mr. Provost has been an Alaska resident for 17 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 17 1/2 years. He graduated from the Southwestern University of Law, Los Angeles in 1990, and is currently an assistant public advocate in Anchorage.

Arthur "Chuck" Robinson:

(withdrew) Mr. Robinson has been an Alaska resident for 33 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 33 years. He graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles Law School in 1973, and is currently in private practice in Soldotna.

Terry L. Thurbon:

Ms. Thurbon has been an Alaska resident for 16 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. She graduated from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 1986, and is currently the Chief Administrative Law Judge for the state, located in Juneau.

Kenai District Court - April 2007

Patrick S. Hammers:

Mr. Hammers has been an Alaska resident for 13 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 27 years. He graduated from the William Mitchell College of Law in 1979, and is currently a committing magistrate in Fairbanks.

Sharon A.S. Illsley:

Ms. Illsley has been an Alaska resident for 12 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. She graduated from the University of Colorado School of Law in 1981, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

Dennis Patrick (Pat) James:

Mr. James has been an Alaska resident for 62 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 32 1/2 years. He graduated from the Willamette University, College of Law in 1973, and is currently an assistant municipal prosecutor in Anchorage.

Scot H. Leaders:

Mr. Leaders has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for eight years. He graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in 1997, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Kenai.

Joe Montague:

Mr. Montague has been an Alaska resident for 50 years, and has practiced law for 20 1/2 years. He graduated from the Gonzaga University School of Law in 1984, and is currently a public defender in Kenai.

Anna M. Moran:

(appointed to Kenai Superior Court 3/5/07) Ms. Moran has been an Alaska resident for 21 years, and has practiced law for 28 years. She graduated from Northwestern School of Law, Lewis & Clark College in 1978, and is currently a magistrate and standing master in Kenai.

Paul A. Roetman:

Mr. Roetman has been an Alaska resident for 34 years, and has practiced law for 5 years. He graduated from the Regent University School of Law in 1999, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Kotzebue.

Verne Edwin Rupright:

Mr. Rupright has been an Alaska resident for 30 years, and has practiced law for 13 1/2 years. He graduated from the Creighton University School of Law in 1992, and is currently in private practice in Wasilla.

Anchorage District Court - April 2007

Ella Anagick:

(withdrew) Ms. Anagick has been an Alaska resident for 53 years, and has practiced law for 16 1/2 years. She graduated from the Dickinson School of Law in 1978, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Nathaniel "Nick" Atwood:

Mr. Atwood has been an Alaska resident for 18 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. He graduated from the Northeastern University School of Law in 1986, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Christopher C. Canterbury:

Mr. Canterbury has been an Alaska resident for 32 years, and has practiced law for 14 years. He graduated from the Columbia University School of Law in 1992, and is currently in private practice in Palmer.

Suzanne R. Cole:

Ms. Cole has been an Alaska resident for 16 years, and has practiced law for 15 years. She graduated from the Northeastern University School of Law in 1990, and is currently a district court committing magistrate and a superior court master in Anchorage.

John M. Darnall:

Mr. Darnall has been an Alaska resident for 25 years, and has practiced law for 13 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Tulsa, College of Law in 1992, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

Catherine M. Easter:

Ms. Easter has been an Alaska resident for 21 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. She graduated from the University of San Diego in 1985, and is currently a public defender in Anchorage.

Rachel K. Gernat:

Ms. Gernat has been an Alaska resident for 10 years, and has practiced law for 9 years. She graduated from the Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College in 1997, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Palmer.

Patrick S. Hammers:

Mr. Hammers has been an Alaska resident for 13 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 27 years. He graduated from the William Mitchell College of Law in 1979, and is currently a committing magistrate in Fairbanks.

Dennis Patrick (Pat) James:

Mr. James has been an Alaska resident for 62 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 32 1/2 years. He graduated from the Willamette University, College of Law in 1973, and is currently an assistant municipal prosecutor in Anchorage.

Richard W. Postma, Jr.:

Mr. Postma has been an Alaska resident for 9 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 12 years. He graduated from the University of Denver in 1994, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Verne Edwin Rupright:

Mr. Rupright has been an Alaska resident for 30 years, and has practiced law for 13 1/2 years. He graduated from the Creighton University School of Law in 1992, and is currently in private practice in Wasilla.

Fairbanks Superior Court - April 2007

Aisha Tinker Bray:

Ms. Bray has been an Alaska resident for 28 years, and has practiced law for 6 1/2 years. She graduated from the University of California, Hastings College of Law in 1994, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

R. Poke Haffner:

Ms. Haffner has been an Alaska resident for 21 years, and has practiced law for 18 years. She graduated from Boalt Hall at UC Berkeley in 1980, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Bethany Spalding Harbison:

Ms. Harbison has been an Alaska resident for 13 1/2 years and has practiced law for 11 years. She graduated from Harvard Law School in 1993, and is currently a committing magistrate in Fairbanks.

Jane F. Kauvar:

Judge Kauvar has been an Alaska resident for 33 1/2 years and has practiced law for 33 years. She graduated from the University of California at Berkeley, Boalt Hall, in 1973, and is currently a district court judge in Fairbanks.

Michael A. MacDonald:

Mr. MacDonald has been an Alaska resident for 25 years, and has practiced law for 18 years. He graduated from the University of New Mexico in 1988, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Michael P. McConahy:

Mr. McConahy has been an Alaska resident for 29 years and has practiced law for 28 years. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound in 1978, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Alicemary L. Rasley:

Ms. Rasley has been an Alaska resident for 27 years, and has practiced law for 23 years. She graduated from the University of Minnesota School of Law in 1979, and is currently a standing master in Fairbanks.

John J. Tiemessen:

Mr. Tiemessen has been an Alaska resident for 40 years, and has practiced law for 15 years. He graduated from the Willamette University, College of Law in 1991, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Bethel Superior Court - January 2007

Ella Anagick:

Ms. Anagick has been an Alaska resident for 53 years, and has practiced law for 16 1/2 years. She graduated from the Dickinson School of Law in 1978, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

R. Poke Haffner:

Ms. Haffner has been an Alaska resident for 21 years, and has practiced law for 18 1/2 years. She graduated from Boalt Hall at UC Berkeley in 1980, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Marvin Charles Hamilton, III:

Mr. Hamilton has been an Alaska resident for ten years, and has practiced law for 17 1/2 years. He graduated from Notre Dame Law School in 1987, and is currently supervisor of the Public Defender office in Ketchikan.

Dennis Patrick James:

Mr. James has been an Alaska resident for 62 years, and has practiced law for 32 years. He graduated from the Willamette University, College of Law in 1973, and is currently an assistant municipal prosecutor in Anchorage.

Kenai Superior Court - January 2007

Sharon A.S. Illsley:

Ms. Illsley has been an Alaska resident for 12 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. She graduated from the University of Colorado School of Law in 1981, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

Dennis Patrick James:

Mr. James has been an Alaska resident for 62 years, and has practiced law for 32 years. He graduated from the Willamette University, College of Law in 1973, and is currently an assistant municipal prosecutor in Anchorage.

Scot H. Leaders:

Mr. Leaders has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for eight years. He graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in 1997, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Kenai.

Lynn E. Levengood:

Mr. Levengood has been an Alaska resident for 34 years, and has practiced law for 18 years. He graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1988, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Anna M. Moran:

Ms. Moran has been an Alaska resident for 21 years, and has practiced law for 28 years. She graduated from Northwestern School of Law, Lewis & Clark College in 1978, and is currently a magistrate and standing master in Kenai.

Arthur "Chuck" Robinson:

Mr. Robinson has been an Alaska resident for 33 years, and has practiced law for 32 years. He graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles Law School in 1973, and is currently in private practice in Soldotna.

Palmer Superior Court - October 2006

David W. Baranow:

Mr. Baranow has been an Alaska resident for 46 years, and has practiced law for 26 years. He graduated from the Marquette University Law School in 1981, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Linda R. Beecher:

Ms. Beecher has been an Alaska resident for 22 years, and has practiced law for 23 years. She graduated from UCLA law school in 1982, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

David V. Burglin:

Mr. Burglin has been an Alaska resident for 52 years, and has practiced law for 17 years. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1988, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Christopher C. Canterbury:

Mr. Canterbury has been an Alaska resident for 32 years, and has practiced law for 14 years. He graduated from the Columbia University School of Law in 1992, and is currently in private practice in Palmer.

Jeff Carney:

Mr. Carney has been an Alaska resident for 50 years, and has practiced law for 21 1/2 years. He graduated from the Gonzaga University School of Law in 1984, and is currently in private practice in Wasilla.

Michael Corey:

Mr. Corey has been an Alaska resident for 26 years, and has practiced law for 20 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of San Diego law school in 1985, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Rachel K. Gernat:

Ms. Gernat has been an Alaska resident for 10 years, and has practiced law for nine years. She graduated from the Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College in 1997, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Palmer.

Kenneth J. Goldman:

Mr. Goldman has been an Alaska resident for 28 years, and has practiced law for 28 years. He graduated from the Southwestern University School of Law in 1978, and is currently in private practice in Palmer.

Craig S. Howard:

Mr. Howard has been an Alaska resident for 27 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 26 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Denver law school in 1978, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Karen L. Jennings:

(withdrew) Ms. Jennings has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for 23 years. She graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Law in 1982, and is currently employed by the Office of Public Advocacy in Palmer.

Mitchell Joyner:

(withdrew) Mr. Joyner has been an Alaska resident for 41 years, and has practiced law for 22 years. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound Law School in 1983, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Kari Kristiansen:

Ms. Kristiansen has been an Alaska resident for 34 years, and has practiced law for 16 years. She graduated from the Willamette University College of Law in 1989, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Tara Logsdon Lachinski:

Ms. Lachinski has been an Alaska resident for 10 years, and has practiced law for 9 1/2 years. She graduated from the Regent University School of Law in 1996, and is currently in private practice in Palmer.

Rachel Levitt:

(withdrew) Ms. Levitt has been an Alaska resident for six years, and has practiced law for nine years. She graduated from Duke University School of Law in 1997, and is currently employed with the Office of Public Advocacy in Palmer.

Jack B. McGee:

Mr. McGee has been an Alaska resident for 30 years, and has practiced law for 29 years. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 1968, and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

Chris Provost:

Mr. Provost has been an Alaska resident for nearly 17 years, and has practiced law in Alaska for nearly 17 years. He graduated from the Southwestern University of Law in 1990, and is currently an assistant public advocate in the civil section of the Anchorage Office of Public Advocacy.

Jack W. Smith:

Judge Smith has been an Alaska resident for 12 years, and has practiced law for 27 years. He graduated from the University of Idaho law school in 1978, and is currently a district court judge in Anchorage.

Gary Soberay:

(withdrew) Mr. Soberay has been an Alaska resident for 6 years, and has practiced law for 16 years. He graduated from the University of Florida law school in 1990, and is currently the deputy director of the Public Defender Agency, with his office in Anchorage.

Carmen K. Spiropoulos:

Ms. Spiropoulos has been an Alaska resident for six years, and has practiced law for 9 1/2 years. She graduated from the Chicago Kent College of Law in 1998, and is currently employed with the Office of Public Advocacy in Palmer.

John L. Steiner:

Mr. Steiner has been an Alaska resident for 30 years, and has practiced law for 19 years. He graduated from Yale Law School in 1987, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Stacy L. Walker:

(withdrew) Ms. Walker has been an Alaska resident for 7 years, and has practiced law for 15 years. She graduated from the J. Reuben Clark Law School in 1991, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Wayne E. Watson:

Mr. Watson has been an Alaska resident for 36 years, and has practiced law for 16 years. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1988, and is currently a senior trial attorney for Allstate Insurance Company.

Stephen R. West:

Mr. West has been an Alaska resident for 29 years, and has practiced law for 28 years. He graduated from the University of Houston law school in 1977, and is currently the district attorney in Ketchikan.

Vanessa H. White:

Ms. White has been an Alaska resident for 18 years, and has practiced law for 18 years. She graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1988, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

David L. Zwink:

Mr. Zwink has been an Alaska resident for 21 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. He graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law in 1985, and is currently a magistrate and standing superior court master in Palmer.

Anchorage Superior Court - October 2006

David W. Baranow:

Mr. Baranow has been an Alaska resident for 46 years, and has practiced law for 26 years. He graduated from the Marquette University Law School in 1981, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Linda R. Beecher:

Ms. Beecher has been an Alaska resident for 22 years, and has practiced law for 23 years. She graduated from UCLA law school in 1982, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Kevin G. Clarkson:

Mr. Clarkson has been an Alaska resident for 21 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 21 1/2 years. He graduated from the Willamette University College of Law in 1985, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Michael Corey:

Mr. Corey has been an Alaska resident for 26 years, and has practiced law for 20 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of San Diego law school in 1985, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Craig S. Howard:

Mr. Howard has been an Alaska resident for 27 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 26 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Denver law school in 1978, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Mitchell Joyner:

(withdrew) Mr. Joyner has been an Alaska resident for 41 years, and has practiced law for 22 years. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound Law School in 1983, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Jonathon A. Katcher:

Mr. Katcher has been an Alaska resident for 24 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 24 1/2 years. He graduated from the Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College in 1981, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Kari Kristiansen:

Ms. Kristiansen has been an Alaska resident for 34 years, and has practiced law for 16 years. She graduated from the Willamette University College of Law in 1989, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Jack B. McGee:

Mr. McGee has been an Alaska resident for 30 years, and has practiced law for 29 years. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 1968, and is currently in private practice in Juneau.

Stephanie Galbraith Moore:

Ms. Moore has been an Alaska resident for 17 years, and has practiced law for 17 years. She graduated from the Indiana University law school in 1989, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Chris Provost:

Mr. Provost has been an Alaska resident for nearly 17 years, and has practiced law in Alaska for nearly 17 years. He graduated from the Southwestern University of Law in 1990, and is currently an assistant public advocate in the civil section of the Anchorage Office of Public Advocacy.

Jack W. Smith:

Judge Smith has been an Alaska resident for 12 years, and has practiced law for 27 years. He graduated from the University of Idaho law school in 1978, and is currently a district court judge in Anchorage.

Gary Soberay:

(withdrew) Mr. Soberay has been an Alaska resident for 6 years, and has practiced law for 16 years. He graduated from the University of Florida law school in 1990, and is currently the deputy director of the Public Defender Agency, with his office in Anchorage.

Michael Spaan:

Mr. Spaan has been an Alaska resident for 34 years and has practiced law for 34 years. He graduated from the University of California at Davis law school in 1972, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

John L. Steiner:

Mr. Steiner has been an Alaska resident for 30 years, and has practiced law for 19 years. He graduated from Yale Law School in 1987, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Alex M. Swiderski:

Mr. Swiderski has been an Alaska resident for 29 years, and has practiced law for 29 years. He graduated from the Northeastern University Law School in 1977, and is currently a district court judge in Anchorage.

Thomas Van Flein:

(withdrew) Mr. Van Flein has been an Alaska resident for 34 years and has practiced law for 15 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Arizona College of Law in 1989, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Stacy L. Walker:

(withdrew) Ms. Walker has been an Alaska resident for 7 years, and has practiced law for 15 years. She graduated from the J. Reuben Clark Law School in 1991, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Wayne E. Watson:

Mr. Watson has been an Alaska resident for 36 years, and has practiced law for 16 years. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1988, and is currently a senior trial attorney for Allstate Insurance Company.

Stephen R. West:

Mr. West has been an Alaska resident for 29 years, and has practiced law for 28 years. He graduated from the University of Houston law school in 1977, and is currently the district attorney in Ketchikan.

Vanessa H. White:

Ms. White has been an Alaska resident for 18 years, and has practiced law for 18 years. She graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1988, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

David L. Zwink:

Mr. Zwink has been an Alaska resident for 21 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. He graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law in 1985, and is currently a magistrate and standing superior court master in Palmer.

Bethel Superior Court - January 2006

Alicemary L. Closuit:

(withdrew) Ms. Closuit has been an Alaska resident for 26 years, and has practiced law for 22 years. She graduated from the University of Minnesota School of Law in 1979, and is currently a master/magistrate with the Fairbanks court system.

R. Poke Haffner:

Ms. Haffner has been an Alaska resident for 20 years, and has practiced law for 17 1/2 years. She graduated from Boalt Hall at UC Berkeley in 1980, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Fairbanks Superior Court - January 2006

Douglas L. Blankenship:

Mr. Blankenship has been an Alaska resident for 24 years, and has practiced law for 24 years. He graduated from the Gonzaga University School of Law in 1980, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

R. Poke Haffner:

Ms. Haffner has been an Alaska resident for 20 years, and has practiced law for 17 1/2 years. She graduated from Boalt Hall at UC Berkeley in 1980, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Fairbanks.

Lynn E. Levengood:

Mr. Levengood has been an Alaska resident for 33 years, and has practiced law for 17 years. He graduated from the Willamette University College of Law in 1988, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Michael A. MacDonald:

Mr. MacDonald has been an Alaska resident for 24 years, and has practiced law for 17 years. He graduated from the University of New Mexico Law School in 1988, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

William A. Spiers:

Mr. Spiers has been an Alaska resident for 7 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 7 1/2 years. He graduated from the Thomas Cooley Law School in 1986, and is currently an assistant public defender in Fairbanks.

Bethel District Court - October 2005

Bruce L. Brown:

Mr. Brown has been an Alaska resident for 19 years, and has practiced law for 15 years. He graduated from the University of New Mexico in 1989, and is currently a public defender in Palmer.

Dennis P. Cummings:

Mr. Cummings has been an Alaska resident for 38 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 23 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Gonzaga in 1980, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Bethel.

Craig R. McMahon:

Mr. McMahon has been an Alaska resident for 28 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 28 1/2 years. He graduated from the New England School of Law in 1976, and is currently a magistrate in Bethel.

Bethel Superior Court - October 2005

Bruce L. Brown:

Mr. Brown has been an Alaska resident for 19 years, and has practiced law for 15 years. He graduated from the University of New Mexico in 1989, and is currently an assistant public defender in Palmer.

Bill Cook:

Mr. Cook has been an Alaska resident for 29 years, and has practiced law for 35 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 1970, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Dennis P. Cummings:

Mr. Cummings has been an Alaska resident for 38 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 23 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Gonzaga in 1980, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Bethel.

Brian Kay:

(withdrew) Mr. Kay has been an Alaska resident for seven years, and has practiced law for 31 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Miami in 1974, and is currently an assistant public advocate with the Office of Public Advocacy in Bethel.

Chris Provost:

Mr. Provost has been an Alaska resident for 15 years, and has practiced law for 14 years. He graduated from the Southwestern University of Law in 1990, and is currently an assistant public advocate with the Office of Public Advocacy in Anchorage.

Anchorage Superior Court - October 2005

Eric A. Aarseth:

Mr. Aarseth has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for 15 years. He graduated from the William Mitchell College of Law in 1990, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Linda R. Beecher:

Ms. Beecher, has been an Alaska resident for 21 years, and has practiced law for 22 years. She graduated from UCLA in 1982, and is currently an assistant public defender in Anchorage.

Kevin G. Clarkson:

Mr. Clarkson has been an Alaska resident for 20 years, and has practiced law for 20 years. He graduated from the Willamette University College of Law in 1985, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Bill Cook:

Mr. Cook has been an Alaska resident for 29 years, and has practiced law for 35 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 1970, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Michael Corey:

Mr. Corey has been an Alaska resident for 25 years, and has practiced law for 19 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of San Diego in 1985, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Mary Anne Henry:

Ms. Henry has been an Alaska resident for 29 years, and has practiced law for 29 years. She graduated from Harvard Law School in 1976, and is currently an assistant municipal prosecutor in Anchorage.

Thom F. Janidlo:

Mr. Janidlo has been an Alaska resident for 28 years, and has practiced law for 26 years. He graduated from the University of San Diego in 1977, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Jonathon A. Katcher:

Mr. Katcher has been an Alaska resident for 23 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 23 1/2 years. He graduated from the Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College in 1981, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Kari Kristiansen:

Ms. Kristiansen has been an Alaska resident for 33 years, and has practiced law for 15 years. She graduated from the Willamette University College of Law in 1989, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Patrick J. McKay:

Mr. McKay has been an Alaska resident for 28 years, and has practiced law for 27 years. He graduated from the Chicago-Kent College of Law in 1977, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Colleen J. Moore:

Ms. Moore has been an Alaska resident for 45 years, and has practiced law for 18 1/2 years. She graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1986, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Sigurd E. Murphy:

Judge Murphy has been an Alaska resident for 33 years, and has practiced law for 32 1/2 years. He graduated from USC in 1972, and is currently a district court judge in Anchorage.

Scott J. Nordstrand:

(withdrew) Mr. Nordstrand has been an Alaska resident for 18 years, and has practiced law for 17 1/2 years. He graduated from the University of North Dakota School of Law in 1987, and is currently the deputy attorney general for the Department of Law, Civil Section.

T.W. Patch:

Mr. Patch has been an Alaska resident for 31 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 34 years. He graduated from the Willamette University College of Law in 1972, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

David Pease:

(withdrew) Mr. Pease has been an Alaska resident for 44 years, and has practiced law for 18 years. He graduated from the Northeastern Law School in 1985, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Jack W. Smith:

Judge Smith has been an Alaska resident for 11 years, and has practiced law for 26 years. He graduated from the University of Idaho in 1978, and is currently a district court judge in Anchorage.

Alaska Public Defender - September 2005

Barbara K. Brink:

Ms. Brink has been an Alaska resident for 24 years, and has practiced law for 24 years. She graduated from the University of California, Hastings College of Law in 1981 and is currently the Alaska Public Defender.

Brant McGee:

(withdrew) Mr. McGee has been an Alaska resident for 55 years, and has practiced law for 27 1/2 years. He graduated from the Boston University School of Law in 1977 and is currently finishing an LLM degree at Columbia University School of Law.

David D. Reineke:

(withdrew after nomination) Mr. Reineke has been an Alaska resident for 16 years, and has practiced law for 16 years. He graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law in 1986 and is currently a public defender in Anchorage.

Quinlan Steiner:

Mr. Steiner has been an Alaska resident for 39 years, and has practiced law for 7 years. He graduated from the Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College in 1998 and is currently a public defender in Anchorage.

Linda Kay Wilson:

(withdrew) Ms. Wilson has been an Alaska resident for 34 years, and has practiced law for 27 years. She graduated from the University of Tulsa College of Law in 1977 and is currently a public defender in Anchorage.

Anchorage District Court - March 2005

Eric A. Aarseth:

Mr. Aarseth has been an Alaska resident for 13 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 14 years. He graduated from the William Mitchell College of Law in 1990, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Leonard R. Anderson:

Mr. Anderson has been an Alaska resident for 13 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 10 years. He graduated from the Gonzaga University School of Law in 1994, and is currently employed in private practice in Anchorage.

Connie L. Carson:

(withdrew) Ms. Carson has been an Alaska resident for 38 years, and has practiced law for 16 years. She graduated from the University of Denver Law School in 1987, and is currently an assistant municipal prosecutor in Anchorage.

Carmen E. Clark:

Ms. Clark has been an Alaska resident for 17 years, and has practiced law for 16 years. She graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1987, and is currently employed in private practice in Anchorage.

Steven DeVries:

Mr. DeVries has been an Alaska resident for 19 years, and has practiced law for 18 years. He graduated from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1986, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Mary E. Fischer:

(withdrew) Ms. Fischer has been an Alaska resident for 31 years, and has practiced law for seven years. She graduated from the John Marshall Law School in 1997, and was most recently employed at the district attorney's office in Anchorage.

Peter C. Gamache:

Mr. Gamache has been an Alaska resident for 25 years, and has practiced law for 23 years. He graduated from Franklin Pierce Law Center, in 1979, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Pat Hanley:

Mr. Hanley was appointed to the Anchorage District Court (Wanamaker's position) on January 14, 2005 by Governor Murkowski. Mr. Hanley has been an Alaska resident for 33 years, and has practiced law for eight years. He graduated from the University of Utah College of Law in 1996, and is an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

Karen L. Hawkins:

Ms. Hawkins has been an Alaska resident for 42 years, and has practiced law for 12 years. She graduated from the Seattle University School of Law in 1991, and is an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Laurence Keyes:

Mr. Keyes has been an Alaska resident for 27 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 22 years. He graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1981, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Donald R. Kitchen:

Mr. Kitchen has been an Alaska resident for 17 years and has practiced law for 13 years. He graduated from Temple University School of Law in 1991, and is an assistant attorney general in the Office of Special Prosecutions and Appeals.

Kari Kristiansen:

Ms. Kristiansen has been an Alaska resident for 32 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 14 years. She graduated from the Willamette University College of Law in 1989, and is currently employed as an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

Vennie E. Nemecek:

(withdrew) Mr. Nemecek has been an Alaska resident for 10 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 10 years. He graduated from the Loyola University School of Law in 1994, and is currently an assistant attorney general in Anchorage.

David Pease:

Mr. Pease has been an Alaska resident for 44 years, and has practiced law for 18 years. He graduated from Yale Law School in 1985, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Alex M. Swiderski:

Mr. Swiderski has been an Alaska resident for 27 years, and has practiced law for 27 years. He graduated from Northeastern University Law School in 1977, and is currently employed with the Alaska Department of Law.

Stephen B. Wallace:

Mr. Wallace has been an Alaska resident for 22 years, and has practiced law for 15 years. He graduated from University of Oregon School of Law in 1988, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

Jennifer K. Wells:

Ms. Wells has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for 13 years. She graduated from Suffolk University School of Law in 1990, and is currently serving as committing magistrate and standing master for the Anchorage Court System.

Fairbanks Superior Court - March 2005

Lori M. Bodwell:

Ms. Bodwell has been an Alaska resident for 12 years, and has practiced law for 13 years. She graduated from Boston College Law School in 1991, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Robert B. Downes:

Mr. Downes has been an Alaska resident for 34 years, and has practiced law for 35 years. He graduated from Boston College Law School in 1968, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Teresa L. "Terri" Foster:

Ms. Foster has been an Alaska resident for 35 years, and has practiced law for 25 1/2 years. She graduated from Willamette University College of Law in 1978, and is currently employed at the Alaska Department of Law in Fairbanks.

J. John Franich:

Mr. Franich has been an Alaska resident and has practiced law for 24 years. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1980, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Joe Miller:

(withdrew) Mr. Miller has been an Alaska resident for 10 years, and has practiced law for 9 years. He graduated from Yale Law School in 1995, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks and an assistant borough attorney for the Fairbanks North Star Borough. He will withdraw his application for the Fairbanks Superior Court if he prevails in the still undecided House District 8 race.

Franklin E. Spaulding:

Mr. Spaulding has been an Alaska resident for 32 years and has practiced law for 5 1/2 years. He graduated from the Seattle University School of Law in 1998, and is currently employed at the district attorney's office in Fairbanks.

Homer District Court - March 2005

J. John Franich:

Mr. Franich has been an Alaska resident for 52 years, and has practiced law for 24 years. He graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1980, and is currently in private practice in Fairbanks.

Peter C. Gamache:

Mr. Gamache has been an Alaska resident for 25 years, and has practiced law for 23 years. He graduated from Franklin Pierce Law Center in 1979, and is currently in private practice in Anchorage.

Darin B. Goff:

Mr. Goff has been an Alaska resident for 11 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 11 years. He graduated from the S. J. Quinney College of Law in 1993, and is currently in private practice in Homer.

Patrick S. Hammers:

Mr. Hammers has been an Alaska resident for 11 years, and has practiced law for 25 years. He graduated from the William Mitchell College of Law in 1979, and is currently a committing magistrate in Fairbanks.

Andy Hemenway:

(withdrew) Mr. Hemenway has been an Alaska resident for 27 years, and has practiced law for 25 years. He graduated from the University of Houston Law School in 1976, and is currently a hearing officer for the State of Alaska in Juneau.

Margaret L. Murphy:

Ms. Murphy has been an Alaska resident for 10 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 16 1/2 years. She graduated from Valparaiso University School of Law in 1987, and is currently employed by the State of Alaska as a magistrate in Aniak.

Phil N. Nash:

Mr. Nash has been an Alaska resident for 29 1/2 years, and has practiced law for 26 years. He graduated from the University of Wyoming School of Law in 1973, and is currently in private practice in Kenai.

Daniel Schally:

Mr. Schally was appointed to the Valdez District Court by Governor Murkowski on January 17, 2005. Mr. Schally has been an Alaska resident for 7 years, and has practiced law for 7 years. He graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1997, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Ketchikan.

Franklin E. Spaulding:

Mr. Spaulding has been an Alaska resident for 32 years and has practiced law for 5 1/2 years. He graduated from the Seattle University School of Law in 1998, and is currently employed at the district attorney's office in Fairbanks.

Stephen B. Wallace:

Mr. Wallace has been an Alaska resident for 22 years, and has practiced law for 15 years. He graduated from University of Oregon School of Law in 1988, and is currently an assistant district attorney in Anchorage.

Jennifer K. Wells:

Ms. Wells has been an Alaska resident for 14 years, and has practiced law for 13 years. She graduated from Suffolk University School of Law in 1990, and is currently serving as committing magistrate and standing master for the Anchorage Court System.