Landye Bennett Blumstein Promotes Partner
The law firm of Landye Bennett Blumstein (LBB) promoted attorney Anna Chapman Crary to the role of Partner. At LBB, Chapman Crary focuses her practice on Alaska Native corporations, business organizations, nonprofits, and public entities. She represents both commercial and subsistence fishers in state and federal administrative proceedings and works closely with several tribal organizations on marine mammal subsistence hunting and co-management issues.
Chapman Crary earned her undergraduate degree from Smith College in Massachusetts, where she majored in art history and African American studies. She received her law degree from the University of Washington School of Law in 2012. As a law student she participated in the Tribal Court Public Defense Clinic, representing tribal members against misdemeanor criminal charges in Tulalip Tribal Court. She also worked as a legal assistant for immigration law firms in Seattle and Boston. She is licensed to practice in Alaska and Washington State.
Chapman Crary began her legal career in Alaska clerking for Superior Court judge Anna M. Moran in Kenai. She went on to practice with a defense litigation firm in Anchorage and joined LBB in January 2015 as an associate.