Hawai'i State Bar Association

110 Alakea Street
Suite 1000
Honolulu, HI 96813
United States


The Hawai'i State Bar Association started out as a voluntary organization in 1899 and became formally designated a mandatory unified bar for members of the legal profession in 1989. Their mission is to promote justice, serve the public, and improve the legal profession using seven goals, including maintaining an effective organizational structure, promoting the integrity of Hawai'ian lawyers, eliminating prejudice. educating the public about issues such as their legal rights, increasing the availability of quality legal services to everyone, advancing the equitable and efficient administration of justice, and recognizing the needs of lawyers on each island.

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