Jamie Linxwiler practices in the areas of natural resources, Alaska Native, commercial, and environmental law. Among Jamie’s clients are international and domestic oil companies, mining companies and financial institutions, Alaska Native Regional and Village corporations, the University of Alaska, the Alaska Mental Health Trust Land Office, and electric utilities.
He previously served as an attorney in the Department of the Interior Solicitor’s Office in Washington, D.C., for Cook Inlet Region, Inc. and for BP in Anchorage, and joined Guess and Rudd in 1981.
He is the author of: “A Primer on Alaska Lands,” 61 Rocky Mt. Min. L. Inst. 7-1 (2015)(co-author with Joseph Perkins); “Voter Initiatives: Mineral Development And The Will Of The People”, 59 Rocky Mt. Min. L. Inst. 15-1 (2013); “The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act at 35: Delivering On The Promise”, 53 Rocky Mt. Min. L. Inst. 12-1 (2007); “The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act: The First 20 Years”, 38 Rocky Mt. Min. L. Inst. 2-1 (1992); Chapter 27 “Alaska Federal Oil and Gas Leasing” in the RMMLF publication Law of Federal Oil and Gas Leases; and co-authored, with George Lyle, Chapter 43, “Alaska Environmental Law” in the Matthew Bender publication Environmental Law Practice Guide., and has presented numerous papers and CLE’s on Alaska natural resource topics.
He serves as co-Chairman of the Environmental and Natural Resources Section of the Alaska Bar Association, as a Trustee of RMMLF, and is a graduate of U.C. Berkeley and UCLA Law School.