For New Admittees Only: June 2022 Supreme Court Rule 1.14 Professionalism Course: Attorney Responsibilities: Ethics and Personal Well-Being (Part 2 of 3) (RECORDED)
(This registration is open until 10/31/22 and available in your CLE classroom until 10/31/22)
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$5.00 for New Admittees to the Bar (reminder: must take all 3 courses to fulfill RSCH 1.14 requirement*)
1 CLE Ethics Credit
*Notes to New Admittees:
The June 2022 Supreme Court Rule 1.14
Professionalism Course will be presented online as 3 separate, convenient on-demand webinars.
Rule 1.14(a) of the Rules of the Supreme Court of the State of Hawaii ("RSCH") requires that each
person licensed to practice law after July 1, 2001, shall, no later than December 31 of the following year
of election of active status, complete the Hawaii Professionalism Course conducted under the joint
sponsorship of the Hawaii State Bar Association ("HSBA") and the Supreme Court of Hawaii. Failure to
complete this course within the time period specified shall result in automatic administrative suspension
of one's license to practice law.
Please note, any person eligible to take the November 2020 Hawaii Professionalism Course shall be
afforded an additional one year to comply with Rule 1.14(a) of the Rules of the Supreme Court
of Hawaii. (SCMF-12-0000538)
This is Part 2 of 3 of the June 2022 Supreme Court Rule 1.14 Professionalism Course. New Admittees to the Bar must take all 3 courses to fulfill RSCH Rule 1.14. All 3 courses are linked below:
RSCH 1.14 Professionalism Seminar (Part 1 of 3)
Hawaii Courts: Advocacy, Procedure & Practice Perspectives from the State & Federal Bench
RSCH 1.14 Professionalism Seminar (Part 2 of 3)
Attorney Responsibilities: Ethics and Personal Well-Being
RSCH 1.14 Professionalism Seminar (Part 3 of 3)
Best Practices for New Attorneys
Please familiarize yourself with the following Rule of the Supreme Court:
RSCH 1.14 (ADMISSION TO THE BAR: Mandatory professionalism course),
RSCH 22 (MANDATORY CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION), and
RSCH 17 (THE HAWAI‘I STATE BAR)
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Hayley Y. C. Cheng, Deputy Public Defender
Hayley Y. C. Cheng received her Bachelor’s in Communication Studies from Loyola Marymount University in 2002. She received her Juris Doctorate from the William S. Richardson School of Law in 2006. From August 2006 – August 2007, she was the law clerk for the Honorable Richard W. Pollack at the Circuit Court of the First Circuit.
She is currently a Deputy Public Defender at the Oahu office. Ms. Cheng is also a member of the Judicial Administration Committee, and the Hawaii State Trial Judges Association (HSTJA)/HSBA Joint Committee, and previously served on the Model Penal Code Review Committee, Co-Chair of the HSBA’s Professionalism and Risk Management Committee, and the Rule 19 Committee on Judicial Performance.
Justice Sabrina S. McKenna, Hawaii Supreme Court
Sabrina S. McKenna has served on the Hawai`i Supreme Court since March of 2011. After receiving her undergraduate degree and J.D. from the University of Hawai`i at Manoa, she practiced as a civil litigator, in-house counsel, and taught as an assistant professor at the William S. Richardson School of Law. From 1993 to 2011, Justice McKenna served as a judge in the state District, Circuit, and Family courts, also serving as Senior Judge of the Family Court of the First Circuit. She has been involved in language access, diversity, and access to justice issues throughout her legal career, and also served on the committee that formed the Attorney and Judges Assistance Program in 1989. She co-chaired the Hawai`i Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being established by Chief Justice Mark Recktenwald, which submitted its report and recommendations on June 1, 2021.
Rita Makana Risser Chai, Respectful WorkSpaces
Rita Makana Risser Chai, a graduate of Berkeley Law, was admitted to practice in California in 1979, and in Hawaii in 2009. For 10 years she represented employees and employers in Silicon Valley in harassment and discrimination cases. She taught employment law at the University of Santa Clara and the University of California Santa Cruz, and authored a book for Prentice Hall.
She has presented more than 1,000 corporate training and CLE programs on bias awareness, anti-harassment, and legal compliance in 38 states. Her articles on best practice anti-harassment training have been published internationally. Makana serves on the Hawaii Task Force on Attorney Well-Being.
Makana is a certified Stress and Wellness Consultant, yoga and meditation instructor, and author of the book, Mindful Multitasking: Timeless Techniques for a Vibrant Mind, Strong Body, Happy Heart, and Light Spirit.
Liam M. Deeley, Attorneys and Judges Assistance Program
Liam M. Deeley is the Director for the Hawai’i Supreme Court Attorneys and Judges Assistance Program (AAP). He was raised in Kailua and graduated from the University of Hawai’i at West O’ahu. Mr. Deeley obtained his J.D. from Northern Illinois University College of Law and is a Certified Assessment and Referral Specialist.
While in Illinois, Mr. Deeley worked for Treatment Alternatives for Safer Communities (TASC), as a case manager. He also worked for the Kane County Public Defender's Office pursuant to court rule that allows law school graduates to represent defendants in DUI cases and Drug Court. Mr. Deeley’s own struggles with alcoholism and success with the Alcoholics Anonymous Program inspired his continued work and dedication to the AAP.
Liam serves on the Hawaii Task Force on Attorney Well-Being.
Louise K.Y. Ing, Dentons, US LLP
Louise K.Y. Ing is a partner in Dentons' Honolulu office. Her litigation and dispute resolution practice covers business, employment, real estate, intellectual property, construction, receivership, creditors’ rights, and bankruptcy matters. She was one of the founding partners of Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing and before that, was a partner at Paul Johnson Alston & Hunt and an associate at Carslmith & Dwyer. She started her legal career as a law clerk to the late Judge Samuel P. King, who was then Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Hawai`i.
Louise is past president of the Hawai`i State Bar Association and Hawai`i State Bar Foundation and continues to serve on the Foundation’s board. She serves on the boards of University of Hawai`i Foundation and the Child & Family Service, among others, as well as Island Holdings, a Hawai`i-based holding company, which through its subsidiaries provides property and casualty insurance products and services and IT solutions. She also serves as co-chair of the Hawaii Task Force on Attorney Well-Being established by Chief Justice Mark Recktenwald in response to a 2016 ABA National Task on Lawyer Well-Being Report.
Bradley R. Tamm, Office of Disciplinary Counsel
Bradley R. Tamm is the Chief Disciplinary Counsel in the Office of Disciplinary Counsel and is the Administrator to the Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection.
Prior to appointment, he served as outside general Counsel to the Disciplinary Board (2012 to 2018); and prior to that as an attorney member of the Disciplinary Board (2006 to 2012). Mr. Tamm's private practice (from 1992 to 2018) was primarily limited to federal bankruptcy law (consumer debtor and trustee representation). A 1991 graduate of Thomas Jefferson School of Law, he is also admitted in California (inactive); and a member of the bars of the U.S. Supreme Court; 9th Circuit Court of Appeals; and U.S. District Courts for Hawaii, Northern, Eastern and Southern Districts of California, as well as the U.S. Court of International Trade and U.S. Tax Court.
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