Alaska Practice

After ranch handing for a 20,000-acre ranch in De Beque, Colorado, Chadwick McGrady went to law school, passed the Colorado bar exam, accepted a position working for Superior Court Judge Mark I. Wood in Fairbanks, Alaska, and passed the Alaska bar exam. After completion of his Fairbanks judicial law clerk position, Mr. McGrady opened his own law firm.

He owned and operated a law office in Palmer, Alaska, for 12 years. Like his Colorado practice, in Alaska Chad McGrady practiced personal injury and criminal defense litigation. An avid outdoorsman, Mr. McGrady learned to fly in the Alaska bush and continues to own and fly a PA-18, Super Cub.

Although his office was in Palmer, Alaska, Mr. McGrady regularly appeared in state courts around Alaska, including Barrow, Port Heiden, Dillingham, Bethel, Anchorage, Cordova, Kenai, Homer, Juneau, Glennallen and Fairbanks. Mr. McGrady also represented clients before bodies such as the Federal Aviation Administration, the Big Game Commercial Services Board, the Department of Motor Vehicles, the United States Coast Guard, the Alaska Federal District Court and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.

Mr. McGrady has since moved back to Colorado because he wanted his young son to grow up in western Colorado, but he maintains his license to practice in Alaska. He also maintains his ties to organizations such as the Alaska Association for Justice and Alaska Trial Lawyers , Mr. McGrady acted as a past board member from 2012 to 2014 for the Alaska Trial Lawyers Association.

If you have legal concerns in Alaska, you can turn to Mr. McGrady for proven representation or, if he is unable to help, he can make a referral for an Alaska lawyer he trusts to protect your interests.

Contact the Law Office of Chadwick McGrady, P.C., anytime to discuss your legal needs in a free consultation.