TOPIC: “VETERAN’S COURT IN HAWAII & INCREASING
ACCESS TO JUSTICE” (This Seminar has been approved by HSBA’s State Board for Continuing Legal Education for 1 MCPE credit)
SPEAKER: The Honorable Edward H. Kubo, Jr., Circuit Court Judge
WHEN: Tuesday, July 19, 2011; 11:45-1:00pm
WHERE: Hawaii State Capitol Auditorium : 415 South King Street, Honolulu, HI 96813 & Via Webcast to neighbor islands (Please note in your RSVP if you intend to view the
webcast from Maui, Hawaii, or Kauai)
Program Description: This informational program will look at recent legislation regarding
establishing Veteran’s Court in Hawaii and Veteran’s Access to Justice. The format utilizes an informational talk story session with the Honorable Judge Edward H. Kubo, Jr. Judge, First Circuit Court and his efforts to establish Veteran’s Court in Hawaii, and other important issues relating to the importance of a Veteran’s Court; including Bias Awareness; Prevention and Rehabilitation.
11:45 – 11:55 pm Registration
11:55 - 12:00 pm Welcome & Introduction by GLS of Panelist
12:00 – 1:00 pm Veteran’s Court-Access to Justice - Legislative Process (Senate Bill 254) - Bias Awareness, Prevention, and Rehabilitation - What’s Next in Establishing a Veteran’s Court in Hawaii
RSVP by July 12, 2011 via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We encourage you to register early as space is limited.
(You will be sent a confirmation email upon receipt of your RSVP.)
*Rule 22, Rules of the Supreme Court of the State of Hawaii, requires every active
member of the Bar to complete at least 3 credit hours per year of approved MCPE credits;
Rule 22(c) allows you to carry over 3 MCPE credits to the next year.
Lunch will NOT be provided, as no eating or drinking is allowed in the Hawaii State Capitol
Auditorium. Attendance will be taken. Program will begin promptly at noon.
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