Roger W. DuBrock has been collaborating with the firm in its Alaska practice since 1984 and has served as counsel since 1986. He collaborates with the firm on selected client matters for individuals, village corporations and regional non-profit health and social service organizations. Mr. DuBrock obtained an A.B. in 1964 from Brown University where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa with high honors. He received his L.L.M. in 1967 from Harvard University Law School. Mr. DuBrock also spent one year of study at Edinburgh University in Edinburgh, Scotland. He has been in private practice in Alaska since 1967, excluding six years when he served as a state District Court judge in Sitka, Alaska (1969-1975). From 1975 to 2002 he practiced in Anchorage emphasizing village and regional Native corporation matters, rural municipal government matters, general commercial practice, construction litigation, and personal injury litigation.  


Harvard University Law School, L.L.M., 1967

Edinburgh University in Edinburgh, Scotland, one year of study

Brown University, A.B., 1964, with high honors

  • Phi Beta Kappa

Bar & Court Admissions

  • Alaska, 1968