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Municipal Law

Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot offers one of the largest municipal law practice groups in the state of Alaska and has successfully represented local Alaska governments in all regions of the state since 1971. We focus solely on helping our municipal clients successfully maneuver through legal complexities and governmental mandates within the limitations of the Alaska Constitution and Title 29 of the Alaska Statutes.

Because we have a history of extensive involvement in all aspects of municipal law, our attorneys have pioneered methods to deliver advisory and litigation services in a comprehensive and cost-effective manner. We are sensitive to the need of limited municipal budgets and incorporate that understanding into our rates and fee structures. We are confident that our approach ensures the highest quality and most timely representation in Alaska.

Each Town and City has Specific Rules

BHBC is a member of the Alaska Municipal League and actively engages in annual local government conferences. Our lawyers have special expertise in assisting municipalities in their intergovernmental relations. When necessary, we zealously defend our clients in litigation matters. We have experience in:

Not only does BHBC understand the legal needs of municipalities from a professional standpoint, but we are also committed to serving the communities in which we live and do business. Our attorneys are actively involved in local, civic and charitable organizations, serving on boards and commissions.

Contact our Experienced Municipal Law Team

If your community needs an effective partner to assist you with your legal needs, BHBC is uniquely positioned to provide the support you need. To schedule a consultation with BHBC’s municipal law team, contact our lead attorney Holly C. Wells or call our office at 907-802-2998. You can fill out our contact form online, and someone will be in touch with you shortly.