Bruce Weyhrauch, an attorney practicing in Juneau, Alaska, has represented clients involved in complex litigation for the past three decades. Knowledgeable about government affairs and regulatory matters, Bruce Weyhrauch regularly takes on administrative agency appeals. He is familiar with laws and regulations in areas such as permits, business, and labor organizations and nonprofits, as well as those that govern fisheries and natural resource development.
Mr. Weyhrauch holds a law degree from Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon, and while there, he served as editor-in-chief of Environmental Law, the school’s law review. In the late 1980s, he was a law clerk with the Juneau Superior Court, and in the Alaska Attorney General’s Office in Juneau.
Mr. Weyhrauch has served on the Alaska Bar Association’s Mediation Committee, and has been the president and treasurer of the Alaska Bar Association’s Board of Governors. Bruce Weyhrauch is also active as a board member of the Foundation for End-of-Life Care, Inc.
Juneau, AK, US
Humboldt State University