Thom Benedict

Giving Back

Goodsill gives back to the community in many ways.

Our attorneys and staff actively serve as volunteers and board members for charitable organizations and governmental advisory boards. Attorneys also volunteer their time and knowledge to professional organizations and educational institutions. Goodsill attorneys often serve as panelists or instructors for continuing legal education programs, volunteer their time to the Inns of Court at the William S. Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawaii, serve as arbitrators in the State of Hawaii-Court Annexed Arbitration Program, and serve on a variety of commissions.

As a firm, we also provide financial support to a number of local organizations, to improve, enrich and enhance the lives of Hawaii’s people and establish a more vibrant community.

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