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HONOLULU – Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald today applauded the Hawaii State Legislature for its support of a three-year pilot program to create a Women’s Court. House Bill 2421 appropriates... read more

HONOLULU – The Judiciary is pleased to announce that all civil Family Court cases, including divorce matters, were successfully integrated into the Judiciary Information Management System. The completion of this... read more

HONOLULU – Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald announced today that he is seeking public comment on judicial nominees for two vacancies in the District Family Court of the Third Circuit... read more

Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald handed out certificates and addressed graduates at the Women’s Community Correctional Center on April 7. Fifteen women received their General Education Diplomas, five completed the... read more

WAILUKU, Hawaii — The Second Circuit Court Annexed Arbitration Program (CAAP) is seeking qualified attorneys to serve as court-appointed arbitrators. The CAAP program provides mandatory, non-binding arbitration for all tort... read more

HONOLULU – The Hawaii State Judiciary today announced changes to court operations in light of Gov. David Igeʻs plans to lift pandemic-related restrictions on March 26. “Given Governor Ige’s announcements... read more

HONOLULU – Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald today appointed two individuals to fill judicial positions in the District and District Family Courts of the First Circuit. Shellie K. Park-Hoapili has... read more

HONOLULU – The Attorneys and Judges Assistance Program Board (AAP) has two attorney board positions to be filled. The term of each position is three years, beginning June 30, 2022... read more

HONOLULU — Non-attorney applicants are being sought to fill a vacancy on the Trust Fund Board of the Hawaii Supreme Court’s Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection (LFCP). The appointee will... read more

Cynthia “Cindi” Punihaole hails from the Kona coast of Hawaiʻi Island, where her ʻohana has served as Hawaiian practitioners, teachers, and stewards since the mid-1800s. Growing up in the 1950s,... read more

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