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Applicants Sought to Fill Vacancies on the Disciplinary Board of the Hawaiʻi Supreme Court

Press Release from Hawaii Judiciary, Mar 25, 2024

HONOLULU – The Nominating Committee of the Hawaiʻi Supreme Court seeks to fill two non-attorney positions and four attorney positions on the Disciplinary Board of the Hawaiʻi Supreme Court. Applicants from all islands are invited to apply.

The terms for these positions will begin July 1, 2024, and expire June 30, 2027. Full terms are for three years.

The Disciplinary Board oversees the Office of Disciplinary Counsel, which investigates allegations of attorney misconduct and incapacity and recommends appropriate action to the Hawaiʻi Supreme Court to effectuate the purposes of its Disciplinary Rules.

Qualifications for Disciplinary Board positions include sound judgment and a willingness and ability to devote time to perform necessary duties, including learning the procedures, methods, and functions of the Board. Other qualifications include experience in specialized areas that will aid in evaluating and analyzing complaints and recommendations for discipline.

The application deadline is Tuesday, April 30, 2024.

Those wishing to be considered should submit a resume and letter indicating their interest to:

Liam Deeley
Nominating Committee
212 Merchant St., Suite 200
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

director@hawaiiaap.com

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Applicants Sought for Attorneys and Judges Assistance Program Board

Press Release from Hawaii Judiciary, Mar 25, 2024

HONOLULU – The Attorneys and Judges Assistance Program Board (AAP), hawaiiaap.com, has two attorney board positions to be filled.

The term of each position is three years, beginning June 30, 2024 ending June 30, 2027. Board members serve without compensation.

Duties of the Board include adopting policies and procedures to carry out the objectives of the program, which were established to assist in the form of education, guidance, emotional support, and monitoring the treatment of attorneys and judges who suffer from substance abuse, stress or other problems affecting their professional performance. Board members must also be willing to devote time to perform the necessary duties of the AAP, including learning the functions and procedures of the organization.

Those wishing to serve should submit a resume and letter indicating their interest to:

Liam Deeley
Nominating Committee
212 Merchant St., Suite 200
Honolulu, HI 96813
director@hawaiiaap.com

The deadline for submitting applications is Tuesday, April 30, 2024.

 

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