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ProfileDeputy Attorney General Duties: Represents several clients—such as the Department of Education, the Department of Health, the Department of Human Services, and the Office of the Public Guardian —in hearings at Family Court. Currently, the FLD maintains offices. Handle family court cases. Represents all state agencies that appear in family court for cases involving child welfare, adult protection, legal guardianships, adoptions, juvenile delinquency, and involuntary hospitalization. Handles cases from inception to final resolution, including any appeals that may arise.
Qualification and Experience
Requirements: Graduate from an accredited law school. Active Hawaii State Bar License to practice law in all courts of the State of Hawaii and the United States District Court for the District of Hawaii. Knowledge of applicable State and Federal laws, rules, regulations and computer applications/software. Awareness of both Federal District and State Court of Rules of civil and criminal procedure, including Local Rules of Federal District Court and State Circuit Court Rules. Ability to perform legal research, analyze, manage, produce and organize documents as needed, understand and apply administrative rules and court rules; give and receive oral and written instructions; use computer. Appropriate and current legal writing skills, including the ability to write logically and persuasively. Ability to set personal and professional example; leadership, supervisory or administrative ability or knowledge; strong organizational skills; good communication skills.
Position No. 100888
Julio C. Herrera
Supervising Deputy Attorney General
Office of the Hawaii Attorney General
425 Queen Street
Honolulu, HI 96813