As an attorney in private practice in Juneau, Alaska for nearly three decades, Bruce Weyhrauch has handled diverse cases involving regulatory issues and administrative agency appeals. He has extensive experience in the natural resources and fisheries matters and represents business and labor organizations. Bruce Weyhrauch handles regionally significant matters involving marine pilotage and provides informed counsel in state appellate cases.
Mr. Weyhrauch’s clients span Alaska, and matters he deals with include the United States Canada Salmon Treaty, and issues in Southeast Alaska, Bristol Bay, Cook Inlet, Prince William Sound, and the Bering Sea. In recent years, Bruce Weyhrauch has provided counsel in Cook Inlet Fishermen’s Fund v. State of Alaska (2015) and several other high-profile cases, and in 1997, he represented the defendant in Alaska Wildlife Alliance v. Jensen & Allied Fishermen of Southeast Alaska.
Admitted to the United States District Court for the District of Alaska, Mr. Weyhrauch maintains membership with the Alaska and Juneau Bar Associations and is a past president of the Alaska Bar Association’s Board of Governors.