Renee O. WARDLAW
Renée Wardlaw was born in Mount Vernon, New York. During her childhood, she frequently traveled between the United States and Jamaica, West Indies. She attended Stony Brook University where she earned a B.A. in Political Science and History, cum laude, in only two and a half years.
Renee attended American University, Washington College of Law, in Washington, D.C. During her tenure, she served as Vice President of the Black Law Students Association, Junior Editor of the Business Law Brief, and Teaching Fellow for the Marshall Brennan Constitutional Law Program. She was a recipient of the Exceptional Service Pro Bono Honors Award in May 2010. During her time in law school, Renee worked for the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission and clerked for the Honorable Judge Lori E. Parker. Renee received her J.D. in May 2010. Renée also received her MBA, with a concentration in Corporate Finance and Real Estate from American University, Kogod School of Business, in December 2010.
She was admitted to the Maryland Bar and New Jersey Bar in 2010 and the Alaska Bar in 2011.
In March of 2011, Renée moved to Juneau and began working for Baxter, Bruce & Sullivan. At Baxter Bruce & Sullivan Renee handles a wide variety of civil litigation, including employemnt and family law matters.
Juneau Bar Association; Alaska Bar Association; Maryland Bar Association; New Jersey Bar Association.
Renée is working actively in all areas of the firm’s practice.
Juneau Bar Association Vice President & Treasurer