MLK Day Legal Services
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Alaska Legal Services invited Juneau residents to seek free legal assistance from local attorneys, volunteering their time.
Despite the frigid temperatures, we were able to provide legal assistance to 65 people.
Reviewing the exit interviews — everyone left satisfied.
ALS would like to thank the following people and businesses who contributed food, time, legal advice and money to make this event a success:
Karen Godnick, Holly Handler, Alex Hildebrand, Eric Vang, Renee Wallace, Hanna Sebold, Tom Wagner, Dan Petersen, Tony Sholty, Rebecca Hattan, Mary Gramling, Janine Reep, Doug Mertz, Swarupa Toth (AWARE Legal Advocate), Bart Rosell, Peter Froehlich, Susan Cox, Crystal Summers-Branch, Liz Johnson (Judge Phillip Pallenberg’s clerk), Bride Seifert (Judge Louis Menendez’ clerk), Marenke Van Gelder (law librarian), Paul Grant, Leslie Longenbaugh, Jan Rutherdale, Becca Sherman (Justice Walter Carpenetti’s clerk), Debbie Hullen (self help family law).
And for their financial support, thanks to Deb Behr, the Levy family, the Carpenetti family, Alaska Bar Association, Alaska Legal Service Corporation, Juneau Bar Association, Falkner Banfield, Baxter Bruce and Sullivan, the Glory Hole, the Pallenberg family, the Alaska court system, Heritage Coffee, Susan Cox, Tom Nave, Steve Weaver and Gordon Evans.
Assistant Attorney General
Department of Law