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More than three years since the April 2019 “Rock for Justice III,” timeless rock ‘n’ roll band the Judicats returned to “Rock for Justice,” delighting a packed house with a... read more

The Judicial Selection Commission, State of Hawaiʻi, is governed by Article VI of the State Constitution which requires that all of its “deliberations” be confidential.  The Judicial Selection Commission is... read more

WAILUKU, Hawaii – The Second Circuit Court recently completed an extensive renovation of the parking structure and entry area of Hoapili Hale, including the addition of needed security upgrades.   Beginning... read more

In observance of National Drug Court Month 2022, the Second Circuit’s Drug Court programs held two graduation events. The seven members of Maui Drug Court’s 78th graduating class celebrated completion... read more

HAWAI`I STATE JUDICIARY

Posted on Apr 11, 2022 in Uncategorized

Employment Opportunity ATTORNEY (PROGRAM) I Exempt (Non-Civil Service) Appointment Salary: The starting salary may be between the minimum salary rate of $5,282 monthly / $63,384 annually and maximum salary rate... read more

DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW The focus of the Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution (CADR) is to promote the effective, timely and voluntary resolution of disputes through... read more

Under the Constitution of the State of Hawaiʻi, Article VI, Appointment of Justices and Judges, Section 3: “The chief justice, with the consent of the senate, shall fill a vacancy... read more

The 50th anniversary of Title IX will be the focal point for this year’s Civil Liberties and Constitution Day celebration. PBS Hawaii will air Patsy Mink: Ahead of the Majority... read more

Please click on this link to watch a recording of the presentation. Thursday, November 18, 2021 Noon to 1 p.m. Presented in partnership with the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s... read more

Hawaii Attorneys Learn to Spot the Signs of Someone in Distress HONOLULU – Four Hawaii attorneys died by suicide in 2018, a startling revelation which happened to coincide with the... read more

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