Brennan Cain is a Vice President and General Counsel at Eyak Corporation. He is a great pro bono attorney to work with, helping with Family Law, Domestic Violence and Native Law cases. He was also instrumental in establishing a Wills Clinic for Eyak Corporation shareholders in Cordova, AK. Thank you, Brennan, for your pro bono service!
Why did you choose to volunteer with ALSC?
ALSC does great work for elders, victims of domestic violence, and others in need.
What are some of your experiences at ALSC that have made a positive difference in the lives of others and/or the community?
Two highlights are the Elizabeth Peratrovich Legal Clinic at the Alaska Federation of Natives annual conventions and the free legal clinic that ALSC held in Cordova for elders in the community.
How do you think your experiences with ALSC will benefit you in the future?
Many of the issues that come up when volunteering with ALSC are outside of my areas of expertise, so that introduces me to new areas of the law. Also, it’s a great opportunity to interact with fellow volunteers.
What do you do when you are not volunteering with ALSC?
I recently celebrated my tenth anniversary as in-house counsel with The Eyak Corporation, am a budding gardener, root for my son’s soccer team, and take lots of walks with my wife Rebecca and our dog Sofie.