Amy DooganJ.D.

Amy Doogan
Assistant Professor
Justice Center
PSB 220C


  • J.D., Harvard Law School


Amy Doogan is an assistant professor at the Justice Center, where she teaches undergraduate Legal Studies courses. She was born and raised in Anchorage and educated at UAA, Pomona College, and Harvard Law School. Professor Doogan began her legal career by clerking for Judge John Reese of the Alaska Superior Court and Judge David Stewart of the Alaska Court of Appeals. She then spent several years in the Anchorage Municipal Prosecutor’s office before becoming an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Alaska. Professor Doogan has experience both as a trial attorney in civil and criminal cases and as appellate counsel.

In addition to being an attorney, Professor Doogan is a registered nurse with over five years of nursing practice experience.

Teaching Responsibilities

  • Legal research and writing
  • Constitutional Law
  • Civil Procedure

Research Interests

  • Health Law