Joel Bolger

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Joel Harold Bolger (born February 16, 1955 in Carroll, Iowa) is an American lawyer and jurist. He has served as a justice of the Alaska Supreme Court since his appointment in 2013.[1] He was a judge of the Alaska Court of Appeals (Alaska's intermediate appellate court) from October 2008 until his appointment to the high court. Prior to that, he worked as a lawyer throughout Alaska since arriving there in the late 1970s. He also served as a state trial court judge in Kodiak and Valdez.

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  1. ^ "Justices Biographies". Retrieved August 29, 2013.