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Trustees for Alaska is a nonprofit based in Anchorage, Alaska, that provides legal services to help protect the health of Alaska lands, waters, people and animals. We make gratitude, kindness, and a supportive work environment central to the way we work, and we value the varied life experiences, perspectives, knowledge and skills all people can bring to our work. SUBSCRIBE to our newsletter for updates on employment opportunities, litigation, issue updates and more.

Accepting applications for legal fellows now!

We’re seeking legal fellows to join our team in September 2022.

Trustees works with a broad array of partners and communities to protect Alaska’s lands and waters, communities and ways of life, and the health of people and animals for generations to come.

If you or anyone you know share this mission and want hands-on legal experience in a supportive, dog-friendly office in Anchorage, Alaska, check out the job description and apply. Ideal candidates include recent law school graduates, folks who have completed judicial clerkships, and attorneys looking to transition into environmental law.

Fellows will manage a diverse project list that may included judicial, administrative, and legislative work, along with collaborative efforts across multiple issue areas and coalitions. Research, writing, analytical and interpersonal skills are a must, as is a commitment to environmental and social justice.

We look forward to hearing from you. Send a cover letter, resume, references, transcript, and writing samples to Ashley Boyd, our administrative director, at

Find out more here.

Trustees for Alaska is an equal opportunity employer. We commit to equity, diversity, and inclusion, and are an equal opportunity employer. We value the varied life experiences all people can bring to our work. We make employment decisions based on organizational needs, job requirements, and individual skills and qualifications. We prohibit harassment and discrimination of any kind, including related to race, sex, age, culture, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, nation of origin, languages spoken, parental status, veteran’s status, color, education, religion, medical history, disability, and sexual orientation. Respecting each other is an integral part of our organizational culture, and we cultivate a work environment that recognizes the strength of diversity and the contributions everyone can bring to our mission. We make gratitude, kindness, and a supportive work environment central to the way we work together.