June 3
  • SCD Coffee Hour on Social Networking

    June 4
  • CLE Seminar: Case Theory: The Stories of Your Case

    June 6
  • CLE Seminar: Motion Practice Shapes Your Case

    June 11
  • CLE Seminar: Ethics: The Four Key Words

    June 12
  • Introduction to Social Security Law CLE Seminar

    June 13
  • CLE Seminar: Opening Statement

    June 14
  • Hawaii County Bar Annual Scholarship Lunch
  • Real Property & Financial Services Meeting

    June 15
  • Mandatory Supreme Court Professionalism Course

    June 17
  • Appellate Section Meeting

    June 18
  • CLE Seminar: Direct Examination

    June 20
  • Federal Bar Association Brownbag
  • CLE Seminar: Cross Examination

    June 21
  • 2013 Access to Justice Conference

    June 25
  • Litigation Section Meeting
  • CLE Seminar: In Modern Litigation

    June 27
  • HSBA Board Meeting
  • CLE Seminar: Closing Argument

    Interested in learning about Social Security law?
    Experts Frank Ury and Danielle Beaver will provide a thorough introduction to Social Security law on June 12. Sign up today to learn the best practices on advising and managing your clients in this important area of the law. Flyer: http://bit.ly/136krfT In-Person Registration: http://bit.ly/18zHyE9 & Live Webcast Registration: http://bit.ly/141fW7n

    LEGAL LINE will be held on the following dates for the month of June: June 5, 12, 19, 26. If you are interested in volunteering your time to this cause, please email nmillon@hsba.org.

    Pro Bono Legal Training Seminars - The Legal Aid Society of Hawaii is offering attorneys monthly brown bag trainings free of charge to those who take a pro bono case with Legal Aid. Neighbor Island attorneys may call in. On June 28, the seminar will cover divorce basics. For more information email chpuna@lashaw.org.

    Maui Self-Help Center Volunteers - Attorneys who have attended the SHC training can volunteer at the Maui Self-Help Center. The SHC is open every Thursday, excluding holidays, from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon. The first shift is 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and the second shift is 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon. SHC-trained volunteer attorneys can sign up for shifts at www.volunteerspot.com.

    To schedule a training session, send an email to selfhelpcentermaui@gmail.com.

  • Know of an unsung hero who is deserving of recognition? Nominate a colleague for an HSBA Award that will be presented at the Annual Meeting Luncheon at the September 27th Bar Convention. Nominations are being accepted via email and by mail. See the flyer for more details.

    ATTENTION: The final deadline for members to update their Bar Directory photo and/or submit updated business information for the 2013-2014 Annual HSBA Directory has been extended to Wednesday, June 5. Please note that this is the final opportunity to verify your address information and/or submit a new photo for the 2013-2014 Bar Directory.

    For members requesting a change of photo, upload a preferred photo for the Bar Directory at http://hsba.org/Bar_Directory.aspx by the deadline. It is recommended that members submit a quality photo for this purpose. For questions regarding your Bar Directory photo contact nmillon@hsba.org.

    Please also check your business information at www.myhsba.org and if you wish to change your business information for the 2013-2014 Bar Directory email the membership department at lcastillo@hsba.org by June 5.

    As a reminder, the annual directory of the HSBA is published by Grass Shack Productions. Directories will be sent to active members residing in Hawaii who indicated this preference during the 2013 renewal period. For inactive members and all members who reside outside of Hawaii, CD-ROM versions will be sent.

    Last Call for Basic Legal Staff Training Applicants:

    Attention: The HSBA is offering legal support staff training with 36 hours of instruction and a textbook for just $400. The program is designed specifically to meet the needs of your legal support staff in the front lines. There are only a few seats left for this amazing program so register today!

    Substantive areas of the law will be covered by distinguished faculty: Bankruptcy (David Farmer), Business Law (Ronald Sakamoto), Contract Law (Peter Lenhart), Criminal Law (David Hayakawa), Courts (Court Clerks/Administrative Professionals), Family Law (Thomas Farrell), Legal Research (Sarah Wang), Litigation (Wayne Parsons), The Legal Profession and Technology (Derek Kobayashi), and Torts (Charles 'Chuck' Crumpton). The first day of instruction is Monday, June 10!

    Don't wait! Download the registration form for the program application and for more information.

    Announcement of Repair Work Slated for Aliiolani Hale:

    Notice: The Hawaii State Judiciary will be repairing and restoring the exterior and interior portions of Aliiolani Hale, the historic building in downtown Honolulu that houses the Hawaii Supreme Court, Supreme Court Clerks Office, Law Library, King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center and other programs. Construction will begin after Memorial Day and is scheduled to last through the end of the year.

    To minimize disruptions, much of the noise-generating work will occur during the evenings and weekends.

    The History Center will still be open to schools, tour groups and other visitors. The Supreme Court Clerks Office, Law Library, and other offices in the building will operate as usual. Public use of the building for weddings and other special events, however, may be curtailed during the construction period.

    The scope of the work includes repair and restoration of the roof, facade, clock tower, broken walkway, and interior spaces damaged by water and termites. Built in 1874 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Aliiolani Hale has long been in need of repair.

    Construction project updates will be posted on the Judiciary's website.