Blake Quackenbush earned his B.A., magna cum laude, from Brigham Young University in 2008 and a J.D. from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law. During law school, Mr. Quackenbush participated in moot court, where he competed successfully in New York City.  He also participated in law review, and even authored his own law journal article.[1]

Prior to his work in Alaska, Mr. Quackenbush assisted in high profile bankruptcy and contract cases in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Nancy B. Rapoport, former law school Dean and Professor of Law, chose Mr. Quackenbush to assist her as she served as fee examiner in a complex, multi-billion dollar, chapter 11, bankruptcy case.  Mr. Quackenbush was also selected by the Honorable Bruce A. Markell to serve in chambers for the Federal Bankruptcy Court.

Mr. Quackenbush launched his work in Alaska at the Office of the Attorney General, Consumer Protection Unit, and later worked for the prestigious law firm of Walker & Eakes.  He then worked in the private sector, serving as corporate counsel for 26 corporations, LLCs, and subsidiaries.


Blake Quackenbush, and his brother, Trent Quackenbush, have since gone on to open a premier law firm in downtown Anchorage.  The firm has successfully negotiated, mediated, and litigated numerous cases (including divorce, child custody / child support, dissolution of domestic partnership, domestic violence, child in need of aid, guardianship, personal injury and auto accident cases).  The firm has also been responsible for the legal oversight of individuals’ passive involvement in numerous companies and investments.  Members of the firm have litigated cases in the District Court of Alaska, Superior Court of Alaska, and Supreme Court of Alaska.


In 2019, the Anchorage Press awarded “Best Attorney” to Blake Fulton Quackenbush.  Members of the firm have also received other awards, nominations, or invitations for membership by the American Institute of Legal Advocates, Top 40 Under 40, The National Advocates, Top 10 Attorney Award (Under 40), National Academy of Family Law Attorneys, Inc., and Family Law “10 Best Attorney” Selection for Alaska American Institute of Family Law Attorneys.

[1] Cross-Border Insolvency & the Eligibility of Indian Tribes to Utilize Chapter 15 Bankruptcy, 29 T.M. COOLEY L. REV. 61 (2012).

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