Legal Professional with over 25 Years of Experience
About Bruce Weyhrauch
A graduate of the Lewis & Clark Law School, Bruce Weyhrauch earned his juris doctor in 1986, where he served as the Editor-in-Chief of Environmental Law Review. His experience in the legal field includes working for the government in the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Branches and private law firms. Bruce Weyhrauch is licensed to practice law in Alaska, is a member of the Alaska and Juneau Bar Associations, and is admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. District Court for Alaska, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
In 1998, he opened the Law Office of Bruce B. Weyhrauch, LLC, where he represents a variety of clients throughout Bristol Bay, Prince William Sound, and Southeast Alaska, and the Bering Sea. The Juneau, Alaska-based firm focuses on multiple practice areas, including labor relations, marine pilotage, litigation, and appeals. Additionally, Weyhrauch’s Law Office handles administrative agency appeals and natural resource development issues.
Outside his professional responsibilities, Mr. Weyhrauch maintains affiliation with community organizations, such as Juneau Valley Toastmasters International where is president, the Juneau Oceans Center, Inc. where he serves on the board of Directors, and Chapel-by-the-Lake, Inc., as a Trustee. An Eagle Scout, Weyhrauch also holds the position of charter representative for the Boy Scouts of America.
Humboldt State University
BS, Natural Resource Planning and Engineering
Lewis & Clark Law School
Law Office of Bruce B. Weyhrauch, LLC
1/1997 - Present