Prior to joining the Anchorage office of Holmes Weddle & Barcott in 2010, Mr. Sadoski served as a law clerk for the Alaska Workers’ Compensation Appeals Commission, and as a law clerk for the Alaska Labor Relations Agency.
While attending law school, Mr. Sadoski worked as a law clerk in the public employment relations field and contracted with civil litigation attorneys. He also participated in Seattle University School of Law’s Study Law in Alaska program, introducing him to the culture and atmosphere of the region. He returned to the state upon graduation to continue his experience and become a permanent part of the community.
Before law school, Mr. Sadoski worked in biomedical research, first studying the genome of herpes viruses, and later the exacerbation and control of asthmatic airway constriction. He also spent time as an outdoor school instructor, teaching wilderness survival, conservation, and the physical sciences.
Mr. Sadoski is a member of the Alaska Bar Association and the American Bar Association.