Julie Willoughby is a second generation Alaskan who lives and works in Juneau and practices exclusively criminal law throughout Southeast Alaska. As such, she is frequently the first Lawyer that local Alaskans call when they, or a loved one, is accused of...
Mr. Vollertsen has received the highest possible rankings for legal...
During his career, Mr. Brown has successfully tried numerous civil and criminal cases to verdict. In 2011, he attended the prestigious Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College. This approximate 28-day intensive course is considered one of the most demanding training sessions...
Steven Pradell has been practicing law in Anchorage, Alaska, since 1986. A certified elementary school teacher, Steve graduated from Brandeis University cum laude in 1982, and from the University of Oregon School of Law in 1986. He has practiced primarily in the area of domestic law since 1990, when he took over the domestic practice of one of the largest law firms in Anchorage. In 1993, Steve started Pradell and Associates, a law firm with a practice emphasizing in domestic law, including divorce, adoption, custody and support, as well as other areas of the law.
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