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Maui attorneys nominated for circuit court positions

The Maui News

Eight Maui attorneys have been nominated for positions in District and Family Court in Maui’s 2nd Circuit Court, the Hawaii State Judiciary announced Thursday.

Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald is seeking public comment on the following judicial nominees:

• Lance D. Collins, who is currently employed at the Law Office of Lance D. Collins. He is a graduate of the University of Hawaii William S. Richardson School of Law and was admitted to the Hawaii State Bar in 2005.

• Angela-Jo L. Correa-Pei, who is currently employed as a strategy consultant at Kamehameha Schools. Correa-Pei is a graduate of UH’s William S. Richardson School of Law and was admitted to the Hawaii State Bar in 2000.

• Michelle L. Drewyer, who is currently employed at the Law Office of Michelle L. Drewyer, and serves as a per diem judge in the District Family Court of the Second Circuit. Drewyer is a graduate of Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School and was admitted to the Hawaii State Bar in 1992.

• Christopher M. Dunn, who is currently employed at the Law Office of Christopher M. Dunn. He is a graduate of George Washington University Law School and was admitted to the Hawaii State Bar in 2002.

• Richelle K. Kawasaki Lu, who is currently employed with the Maui County Department of the Corporation Counsel. Kawasaki Lu is a graduate of UH’s William S. Richardson School of Law and was admitted to the Hawaii State Bar in 1995.

• Jennifer M.P.E. Oana, who is currently employed with the Maui County Department of the Corporation Counsel. Oana is a graduate of Seattle University School of Law and was admitted to the Hawaii State Bar in 2003.

• James R. Rouse, who is currently employed as a deputy attorney general with the Department of the Attorney General. Rouse graduated from Golden Gate University School of Law and was admitted to the Hawaii State Bar in 1994.

• Brandon M. Segal, who is currently employed as a deputy prosecuting attorney with the Maui County Office of the Prosecuting Attorney. Segal is a graduate of UH’s William S. Richardson School of Law and was admitted to the Hawaii State Bar in 2009.

The Chief Justice has the discretion to assign judges to the district or district family court calendar. Comments about the qualifications and character of any of the nominees with regard to either calendar assignment may be sent, in writing, to: Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald, Supreme Court of Hawaii, 417 South King Street, Honolulu, HI 96813; by fax to (808) 539-4703; or by email to chiefjustice@courts.hawaii.gov.

All comments will be kept confidential and must be postmarked, emailed, faxed or hand delivered no later than Dec. 31.

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