As part of our longstanding commitment to partnering with exemplary organizations in our state to advance a more free and flourishing society, Alaska Family Council is privileged to partner with the Alaska Chapter of the Federalist Society once again by promoting their upcoming luncheon in Anchorage on Tuesday, September 12th at noon at the Petroleum Club.

The event is open to lawyers and any other interested Alaskan. 

U.S Supreme Court Roundup

Please join the Alaska Lawyers Chapter and the Federal Bar Association (Alaska Chapter) for its first annual Supreme Court Roundup to discuss the blockbuster cases—and other interesting cases—from the Supreme Court’s past term. 

We are pleased to be joined by Kannon Shanmugam, widely recognized as one of the top Supreme Court litigators in the country, having argued 36 cases before the Court.  Among other interesting cases from last term, Kannon will explore the Supreme Court’s affirmative action decision in Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard, the voting rights decision in Allen v. Milligan, the student-loan forgiveness case in Biden v. Nebraska, and the religious liberty case in 303 Creative v. Elenis. 

Alaska Family Action was pleased to join 14 other family policy councils across the nation in signing on to an Amicus Brief in the 303 Creative v. Elenis case that asked whether applying a public-accommodation law to compel an artist to speak or stay silent violates the Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment. Click HERE to read that brief.

CLICK HERE to register for the luncheon.

Top Supreme Court lawyer headed to AK to address religious liberty, voting rights, affirmative action, free speech & more

Jim Minnery
A lifelong Alaskan, Jim Minnery has served as the executive director of Alaska Family Council since its inception in 2006.


  • Proud Alaskan says:

    Will Kannon Shanmugam stand up for Alaska, and fight Biden for what he did yesterday by taking away our rights to drill in Alaska.

  • Friend of Humanity says:

    Mr. Minnery, I hope that if you attend, you will be able to share with us what was discussed and any action that we should be looking to take.

  • ML, just common sense says:

    Jim, I’d like to know his position on a states right to autonomy from the federal government.

  • Bob says:

    Mr. Minnery,

    It is absolutely imperative that I speak with Mr. Kannon. It litterally is a matter of life or death….mine if I dont get to speak with him and NO….I am not suicidal and I am not joking.
    I need to speak with him ASAP !!! amd I am in Fairbanks and have no transportstion.
    Please Sir, have him contact me.