Constitutional Law

  • Walker v. State, Department of Corrections In Walker v. State Department of Corrections, the supreme court held (1) a prisoner has a due process right to call witnesses in a disciplinary hearing and (2) a prisoner does not waive this right by failing to raise it during the administrative appeals process. In October 2013, Walker, an inmate, began work developing an ...
  • Watson v. State In Watson v. State, She was tried as an ...
  • Wielechowski v. State In Wielechowski v. State, In 2016, the legislature appropriated money from the Fund for dividend distributions, but the governor vetoed about half of the appropriation and the legislature was unable ...
  • Studley v. Alaska Public Offices Commission In Studley v. Alaska Public Offices Commission, Studley ran as a candidate for a local office and was therefore subject to Alaska’s financial ...
  • Moore v. State # In Moore v. State, After a magistrate judge in Dillingham denied an application ...
  • Richards v. University of Alaska In Richards v. University of Alaska, Richards, a Ph.D. student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), plagiarized a course paper and was required ...
  • State v. Ketchikan Gateway Borough In State v. Ketchikan Gateway Borough, The school funding formula requires local borough and city governments to contribute funding to maintain and operate local schools based on the district’s adjusted average daily membership and the statewide base ...
  • State v. Williams     In State v. Williams, Williams was subpoenaed to appear and testify before an Anchorage grand jury in connection with a homicide, but ...
  • Phillip v. State   In Phillip v. State, David Phillip and twelve other Alaska Native subsistence fishermen sought a religious exemption under the free exercise clause after ...
  • Hughes v. Treadwell   In Hughes v. Treadwell, In 2012, Treadwell received and subsequently approved an initiative designed to protect the Bristol Bay ...

Constitutional Law

  • Walker v. State, Department of Corrections In Walker v. State Department of Corrections, the supreme court held (1) a prisoner has a due process right to call witnesses in a disciplinary hearing and (2) a prisoner does not waive this right by failing to raise it during the administrative appeals process. In October 2013, Walker, an inmate, began work developing an ...
  • Watson v. State In Watson v. State, She was tried as an ...
  • Wielechowski v. State In Wielechowski v. State, In 2016, the legislature appropriated money from the Fund for dividend distributions, but the governor vetoed about half of the appropriation and the legislature was unable ...
  • Studley v. Alaska Public Offices Commission In Studley v. Alaska Public Offices Commission, Studley ran as a candidate for a local office and was therefore subject to Alaska’s financial ...
  • Moore v. State # In Moore v. State, After a magistrate judge in Dillingham denied an application ...
  • Richards v. University of Alaska In Richards v. University of Alaska, Richards, a Ph.D. student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), plagiarized a course paper and was required ...
  • State v. Ketchikan Gateway Borough In State v. Ketchikan Gateway Borough, The school funding formula requires local borough and city governments to contribute funding to maintain and operate local schools based on the district’s adjusted average daily membership and the statewide base ...
  • State v. Williams     In State v. Williams, Williams was subpoenaed to appear and testify before an Anchorage grand jury in connection with a homicide, but ...
  • Phillip v. State   In Phillip v. State, David Phillip and twelve other Alaska Native subsistence fishermen sought a religious exemption under the free exercise clause after ...
  • Hughes v. Treadwell   In Hughes v. Treadwell, In 2012, Treadwell received and subsequently approved an initiative designed to protect the Bristol Bay ...