Raised in Lincoln, Nebraska, Bruce Weyhrauch moved to Sitka, Alaska, in 1974 to work as part of the aquaculture program at Sheldon Jackson College, which at the time was launching the first nonprofit salmon hatchery in Alaska. About 20 years later, after working in Washington, D.C., Angoon, Alaska, and completing his undergraduate and JD degrees, Bruce Weyhrauch began a law firm that offers representation to labor organizations, private business, associations, and individuals on issues from natural resource development and permitting, regulatory compliance, labor relations, marine pilotage, fisheries, and many other areas of law.
Bruce Weyhrauch has also represented many organizations in administrative appeals including the private parties in Cook Inlet Fishermen’s Fund v. State of Alaska, Alaska Commercial Fishermen’s Memorial in Juneau, Inc. v. City and Borough of Juneau, Alaska Wildlife Alliance v. Jensen & Allied Fishermen of Southeast Alaska, Confederated Tribes v. Baldrige v. Alaska Trollers Association, Widmyer v. State of Alaska, Alaska Trademark Shellfish, LLC v. State of Alaska, Cleaver v. State of Alaska, Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission, Stepovak-Shumagin Set Net Association v. State of Alaska, and Tongass Sport Fishing Association v. State of Alaska.
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