Chris Peloso has practiced law in Juneau Alaska for eight years. His practice handles a wide variety of matters, including criminal defense as well as environmental, corporate, and tax issues.

Chris Peloso holds a Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Physics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, as well as a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Master of Science in Biochemistry from The Johns-Hopkins University. He holds a Juris Doctor from Georgetown University, where he served as the managing editor of the Georgetown International Environmental Law Review.

Chris Peloso served as a law clerk to Judge Thomas McCarthy on the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission, where he worked on cases involving the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA). He then spent seven years as an assistant attorney general for the State of Alaska, Department of Law. In that position, he specialized in litigation and regulatory issues related to environmental law, corporate law, and tax law.

Licensed to Practice in:
Washington D.C.
Fed. Dist. Alaska
Fed. N. Dist. California
Fed D. North Dakota
Fed. 9th Circuit
Fed. 6th Circuit
U.S. Supreme Court