- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 44. State Government
- Chapter 62. Administrative Procedure Act
- Section 350. Appointment of Hearing Officers.
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AS 44.62.350. Appointment of Hearing Officers.
- (a) The governor shall assign a qualified, unbiased, and impartial hearing officer, with experience in the general
practice of law, to conduct hearings under this chapter that are not conducted by the office of administrative hearings
). A hearing officer may perform other duties in connection with the administration of this chapter and other laws.
- (b) An agency with hearing officers may continue their employment as hearing officers on an unbiased and impartial basis
within the particular agency and may hire additional officers and prescribe additional qualifications.
- (c) Except for a hearing officer hired to conduct hearings under AS 23.20 (Alaska Employment Security Act), a hearing officer shall have been admitted to
practice law for at least two years immediately before the appointment.
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