Robert Corbisier grew up in Homer, Alaska, before attending MIT for his undergraduate education. His first job out of college was working in the United States Senate, which convinced him to attend Vermont Law School to focus on environmental and resources law. He began his legal career in Alaska state government, working first as the Special Assistant to the Attorney General and then as Special Staff Assistant to the Governor before gaining trial experience as an Assistant District Attorney in Anchorage.
At Reeves Amodio, Mr. Corbisier is a civil law practitioner and trial lawyer with a focus on environmental and natural resource law, access disputes, real property law, contracts, and corporate/business issues. He is an enrolled citizen of the Cherokee Nation and has a strong interest in Alaska Native/American Indian law. He also provides advice to clients dealing with subsurface contamination, and assists with environmental permitting questions.