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No. SCWC-20-0000075, Friday, July 2, 2021, 10 a.m. STATE OF HAWAIʻI, Respondent/Plaintiff-Appellee, vs. JOSHUA YAMASHITA, Petitioner/Defendant-Appellant. The above-captioned case has been set for argument on the merits at: The oral... read more

Order Implementing E-Mail Submissions to Second Circuit Family Court (4/13/2020) Order Second Circuit (3/20/2020) Emergency Order #1 Regarding Second Circuit Court (3/17/2020) Emergency Order #2 Regarding Second Circuit District Court... read more

LAW CLERK (Lautenberg)

Posted on Apr 23, 2021 in Uncategorized

Exempt (Non-civil service) Appointment Location:  First Circuit Court, Honolulu Salary:  $5,493 per month ($5,713 per month effective 7/1/23) Summary of Duties:  Performs legal research and analysis, and prepares memoranda of... read more

Wednesday, May 5, 2021 5:30-6:30 p.m. Kahoʻolawe has experienced vastly different uses over its history, from natural oasis and ancient Hawaiian settlement, to penal colony, ranch lands, and military bombing... read more

  The five-part series on Confronting Racial Injustice: Achieving Racial Equity in Hawaii will conclude with a discussion on  Diversity, Inclusion, & Empowerment on Friday, March 12, from noon to... read more

Implicit bias training is being offered with greater frequency in businesses and organizations. Join us to learn more about strengthening these trainings to identify and address the bias itself, and... read more

Supreme Court Associate Justice Sabrina S. McKenna has been named one of three recipients of the American Bar Association’s 2021 Stonewall Award. The award recognizes “lawyers, members of the judiciary... read more

The civil rights movement in the 1950s and 1960s culminated in legal protections that guard against discrimination based on race and guarantees equal protection under the law, and many in... read more

  In what Fifth Circuit District Court Judge Michael K. Soong described as “a major turning point in your lives,” the latest graduating class of the Kauai Drug and Veterans... read more

  After 20 years and 650 graduates, the Maui Drug Court continues its passionate pursuit to get those with substance abuse addictions on paths to better lives. Last week the... read more