Craig W. Richards
|Craig W. Richards|
|Attorney General of Alaska|
|Appointed by||Bill Walker|
|Preceded by||Michael C. Geraghty|
|Alma mater||University of Virginia
Washington and Lee University School of Law
Richards was born in Fairbanks, Alaska. He received a degree in finance from the University of Virginia and an MBA from Duke University. He received his JD from Washington and Lee University School of Law. He clerked for United States District Court judge Ralph R. Beistline. Richards was an associate at the law firm Wohlforth, Vassar, Johnson & Brecht in Anchorage before joining the firm that later became Walker Richards with Bill Walker. He is experienced with oil and gas and taxation and represented municipalities in litigation over the assessment of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System. Walker Richards represented the city of Valdez and secured over $1B in tax revenue for municipalities and the State of Alaska.
Richards was nominated for Attorney General of Alaska by Walker in December 2014.
- martindale.com, Craig W. Richards - Lawyer Profile
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