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Reservation Deadline is August 9!
The 2013 Hawaii State Bar Association Dinner will be held on Saturday, August 24, at the Hawaii Convention Center. The dinner is sponsored by the Hawaii State Bar Foundation (HSBF).
The dinner theme is "The Spirit of Aloha" in honor of the late Senator Daniel K. Inouye and retired Senator Daniel K. Akaka. Both will be acknowledged for their contributions to Hawai’i and our Nation.
The event will also include a Private Wine Tasting, Silent Auction, Entertainment!
Haven't purchased your wine tasting tickets yet? Check out these Premium Wines we'll be pouring:
2008 Evening Land Seven Springs Pinot Noir
2009 Figgins Meritage
2009 Fevre Les Clos Chablis
2007 Peter Michael Chardonnays
1996 Diamond Creek Volcanic Hill Cabernet Sauvignon
Silent Auction Highlights:
2013 Acura RDX; Wailea Golf Package; Kualoa Ranch Pass for Two; The Modern Honolulu, two-night stay with an oceanview room; Hilton Waikiki Beach two-night stay with either a breakfast or dinner; Anne Namba Designs; Guy Buffet Prints; Tory Burch Handbag and much much more!
Visit our Annual Dinner Event Webpage for more information.
August 5: The Hawaii Access to Justice Commission CLE: Working Effectively with Limited English Proficient Clients
>> August 12: CLE Seminar: Efficient eDiscovery - Navigating the E-Discovery Landscape. In-person registration OR Live webcast registration.
August 15- Federal Bar Association, Hawaii Chapter, Brownbag Discussion
August 19- Appellate Section Meeting
August 20- Litigation Section Meeting
August 23- HSBA Board Meeting
>> August 24- Annual Dinner <<
>> August 29- CLE Seminar: Federal and State Land Use and Planning Law Update. In-person registration OR Live webcast registration.
>> August 30- CLE Seminar: Document Retention. In-person registration OR Live webcast registration.
August 30- Deadline to Apply for MCLE Board Openings
August 30- Deadline to Apply for HSBF Board and Access to Justice Commission Openings
SAVE THE DATE
September 4: SCD Coffee Hour--Winding Down a Law Practice