Our Attorneys and staff

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Joseph N. Levesque, Principal Attorney

Email:  joe@levesquelawgroup.com


Joseph Levesque graduated from Seattle University School of Law in 1986 and began working as a prosecutor for the Alaska District Attorney's office in Kenai.  Mr. Levesque served as Borough Attorney at the North Slope Borough and has since focused his practice representing Alaskan municipalities.  


Mr. Levesque established Levesque Law Group, LLC in 2012 following two decades of providing legal representation to municipal and private clients throughout Alaska.  The Firm was founded on a simply philosophy:  That clients from every sector have the right to successful, competent and effective legal services, and that the quality of those services should never differ according to the client's size or standing within a community.


Having lived and represented parties in some of Alaska's largest, smallest, and most remote communities, Mr. Levesque understands that the needs of his clients differ in as many ways as Alaska's people.  Because of this Levesque Law Group, LLC is dedicated to ensuring that each of its clients' particular interests always guide the scope of their representation.


Attorney Levesque is a licensed member of both the Alaska and Washington State Bar Associations, as well as a member of the National Association of Bond Lawyers. 

Shane E. Levesque, Attorney

Email:  shane@levesquelawgroup.com


Shane Levesque is a graduate of the University of Alaska Anchorage, then obtaining his law degree from Saint Louis University, with a Certificate in Health Studies.  Shane's legal focus has also been in representing Alaskan municipalities on a wide variety of issues, including municipal planning, employment and contract disputes, health care system regulatory compliance and complex litigation involving municipal and state oil and gas taxation. 


While in law school, Shane served as a Staff Editor for the Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy, held two appointments as a faculty research fellow, and was named the school's 2009 American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics Student of the Year.


Shane is licensed to practice law in Alaska, and is also a member of the American Bar Association and National Order of Scribes.  Publications authored by Shane include:


     Preemption and the Public Health; How Wyeth v. Levine Stands to change the Ways in Which we Implement Public Health Policy, 3 St.Louis U. J. Health L. & Pol'y 307 (2009-2010); and

      Closing the Door:  Mental Illness, the Criminal Justice System and the Need for a Uniform Mental Health Policy, 34 Nova L. Rev. 711 (2010).