Suzanne Adler graduated from Boston University School of Law cum laude with a concentration in litigation and alternative dispute resolution in May of 2016. Suzanne completed two judicial clerkships with the Honorable Louis J. Menendez in Juneau, Alaska and the Honorable Bethany S. Harbison in Fairbanks, Alaska before joining BGB. During law school, Suzanne represented Boston University at the John J. Gibbon’s Moot Court Competition, was an Articles Editor for Boston University’s International Law Journal, and participated in a legal clinic. Suzanne has represented clients before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and the Department of Unemployment Assistance.
Before attending law school, Suzanne earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Stonehill College, graduating summa cum laude. Suzanne was a member of Stonehill College’s Equestrian Team, a Big Brother Big Sister, and frequently volunteered at the YMCA. In her spare time, Suzanne enjoys spending time outside with her two dogs and camera.
Suzanne moved to Alaska upon graduating from Boston University School of Law.
Education and Admissions
Boston University School of Law, J.D. cum laude, 2016
Stonehill College, Criminology, B.A. summa cum laude, 2013
Suzanne Adler was admitted to practice in the State of Alaska in 2016.
Areas of Practice