Andalyn Pace received her law degree in May 2009 from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, graduating first in her class and as the Valedictorian for the Evening Division. She practiced at a small employment litigation firm in California firm until she moved to Alaska in September 2011 to be a law clerk for a judge on the Alaska Court of Appeals. She has been a resident of Anchorage ever since, practicing in civil litigation until joining Walker & Eakes in February 2015. Prior to beginning a career in the law, Andalyn did her undergraduate work in biology and received a master's degree in forensic science. This led to a career with the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department, where she enjoyed five years of serving the public as a deputy sheriff.
Andalyn enjoys the constant learning inherent in the practice of law and gets fulfillment from achieving her clients' goals. When not at work, she is likely to be found outside enjoying the beauty of Alaska.