Jake W. Staser
Mr. Staser is a lifelong Alaskan with more than seven years of practice in Alaska. Immediately after completing law school, he worked as a law clerk for the Anchorage District Court. Subsequently, Mr. Staser worked for the State of Alaska, Office of Public Advocacy, as a trial attorney representing indigent clients in criminal proceedings and at Walker & Richards, LLC, practicing civil litigation. Mr. Staser’s practice emphasizes oil and gas litigation, pipeline and utility regulation, property tax assessment, municipal law, and general
Mr. Staser earned his B.A. in politics from Princeton University in 2008 and graduated cum laude with his J.D. from Willamette University College of Law in 2011.
Admitted to Practice
Mr. Staser is admitted to practice in Alaska state courts and before the United States District Court for the District of Alaska.
Memberships, Recognition & Services
Mr. Staser is a member of the Municipal Law section of the Alaska Bar Association and a member of the International Municipal Lawyers Association. Mr. Staser has completed the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners Utility Rate School. While at Willamette University College of Law, he earned the “Best Client Advocate” Award while serving as a legal intern for the Sustainability Law Clinic, served as a Legal Intern for the Alaska
Department of Law, and wrote for Willamette Law Online. At Princeton, Mr. Staser won the 2006 Ivy League football championship and was awarded the Donald B. Lourie award for his contributions to the football program.