Native Hawaiian Bar Association

NHBA Calendar
Side-By-Side Comparison of H.R. 2314 and S. 1011 The Native Hawaiian Government Reorganization Act of 2009 Prepared on December 29, 2009

Mauka to Makai

Doe v. Kamehameha

The Akaka Bill

Arakaki v. Lingle Amicus Brief (PDF)

Ho‘oponopono Referral

NHBA Bylaws (PDF)

NHBA Articles (PDF)

Articles

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ABA/NHBA Exhibit, 2006

E komo mai. Welcome.

The Native Hawaiian Bar Association is an association of lawyers, judges and other legal professionals of Hawaiian ancestry which seeks to promote unity, cooperation and the exchange of ideas among its members. Formed in 1992, NHBA strives for justice and effective legal representation for all people of Hawaiian ancestry. NHBA represents attorneys whose practice range from solo practice to large firms, corporations, legal services organizations, non-profit organizations and governmental agencies. Included in its membership are non-Hawaiian legal professionals who have promoted the development of law for the benefit of people of Hawaiian ancestry.

NHBA has trained over 30 practitioners of traditional Hawaiian peacemaking through its Ho‘oponono Project. These haku are active today in our community. NHBA has also convened symposia and meetings on the issues affecting our Hawaiian community today: sovereignty, access and gathering protection, water usages guaranteed under State law, Hawaiian Home Lands and ceded lands breach of trust claims.
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