Alaska Statutes.
Title 44. State Government
Chapter 21. Department of Administration
Section 440. Conflicts of Interests.
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AS 44.21.440. Conflicts of Interests.

(a) Services and legal representation rendered by the office of public advocacy, whether performed by a person under contract or by an employee of the office, shall be provided in a manner that avoids conflicts of interests.

(b) The office of public advocacy may not use improper pressure to influence the professional judgment of a person who is paid by the office of public advocacy to act as an attorney, a guardian ad litem, or a visitor for a guardianship or conservatorship established under AS 13.26.

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