With extensive knowledge in a range of legal areas, including natural resources, administrative agencies, and labor relations, Bruce Weyhrauch has been providing representation to companies, individuals, and nonprofit corporations throughout Alaska from his practice in Juneau since 1987.
Bruce Weyhrauch served as the editor in chief of the Environmental Law Review during law school. During and after law school, Bruce Weyhrauch published several scholarly articles on a diverse range of subjects. Among the articles that Bruce Weyhrauch has published are Oil Spills: Private Party Lawsuits and Limitations, 27 Land & Water L. Rev. 363 (1992), Operation Exodus: The United States Government’s Program to Intercept Illegal Exports of High Technology, 7 Computer Law Journal 203 (1986), Waterfowl and Lead Shot, 16 Environmental Law 833 (1986), and South Central Timber Development, Inc. v. Wunnicke: The Commerce Clause and the Market Participant Doctrine, 15 Environmental Law 593 (1985). Bruce Weyhrauch has also published reports and studies on space and use conflicts between the commercial fishing industry and offshore oil and gas development.