Sean Brown is a graduate of The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois. During law school Sean was on the Deans list, and a participant of student government and a variety of other student activities.
Following law school, but prior to relocating to Alaska, Sean practiced law in Chicago in the area of employment litigation representing plaintiffs in various employment claims before the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals and other courts and administrative agencies.
In January, 2001, Sean relocated to Bethel where he has worked as an attorney successfully representing clients in a variety of matters, including a number of jury trials in the Alaskan Courts. Sean works hard to ensure that his clients receive the best possible results whether in a civil matter or a criminal matter.
In addition to practicing law, Sean has been actively involved in the Bethel Community. He has lead seminars in Employment Law, Will Preparation and Probate, and taught Real Estate Law through YUUT Elitnaurvait and Economics through the University of Alaska Fairbanks, Kuskokwim Campus. He has also served on the board of Bethel Community Services and other community organizations.
Michele Power received her law degree from the University of Idaho College of Law, where she was on the Dean's list and an active participant in the school's clinical program.
Michele Power received her law degree from the University of Idaho College of Law, where she was on the Dean's list and an active participant in the school's clinical program. Michele received her undergraduate degree from Oregon State University and a Master of Education degree from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Prior to attending law school Michele was a certified faculty member of the Lower Kuskokwim School District.
Michele has practiced law in Alaska for about 15 years. During this period of time she has successfully represented clients in a variety of matters including personal injury, wrongful death, family law, and criminal defense. Michele has obtained a number of jury verdicts and substantial settlements in favor of her clients. She has also represented clients before the Alaska Court of Appeals and the Alaska Supreme Court. Michele is a member of the American Association for Justice, the Alaska Bar Association and the Washington State Bar Association.
Michele's long term familiarity with the local culture and her dedication to her clients ensures that her clients obtain maximum results whether through litigation or settlement.
Whitney Power was born in Anchorage and raised in Bethel. She attended the University of Idaho and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in both Political Science and Economics. After completing her undergraduate degrees, she attended the University of Idaho College of Law and obtained her law degree in December, 2009. She then became licensed to practice law in the state of Alaska and is now a member of the Alaska Bar Association. In March, 2010, she joined the Power and Brown legal team.
As an associate attorney, Whitney vigorously represents the interest of clients asserting their criminal defense as well as those needing assistance with divorce, medical malpractice and personal injury claims. Her childhood years in Bethel give her a unique perspective and appreciation for the Delta and its culture. It is through her connection with the Delta, that Whitney best assists her clients through each stage of the legal process, from negotiation and mediation to litigation.