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If someone wanted to practice in Alaska, which school would they attend?
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I would imagine the University of Washington would be your best bet, since there are no ABA law schools in Alaska.
Along with, of course, the T-14.
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I regularly serve drinks to a guy who used to practice in Alaska, he claims there are a ton of Northeastern grads working there.
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UW has some Alaska connections. I know some AIII judges in Alaska hire out of UW, for example. If you already have ties to Alaska, however, I'd probably just go to a T14 instead.
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fbmelms wrote:I regularly serve drinks to a guy who used to practice in Alaska, he claims there are a ton of Northeastern grads working there.
According to this cover article on NUSL grads in Alaska, there were 70 grads as of 2004, incl. Chief Justice of the AK Supreme Ct-http://iris.lib.neu.edu/cgi/viewcontent ... nu_law_mag
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FWIW my Northwestern interviewer got state clerkship out in Alaska. (didn't have ties there, was originally from norcal)
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