Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel Hires Three Attorneys
Dec 7, 2011
(HONOLULU, HAWAII – December 7, 2011) – Three attorneys have joined Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel, bringing increased diversity of interests and depth of experience to the firm.
Travis M. Agustin concentrates his practice in the areas of trusts and estates. While in law school Agustin interned with the Honorable Spencer M. Kagan of the Middlesex Probate and Family Court in Massachusetts, the Blue Planet Foundation and the Hawaii Immigrant Justice Center. Prior to joining Goodsill, Agustin clerked for the Honorable Derrick H.M. Chan at the First Circuit Court.
Agustin earned his juris doctor from Northeastern University School of Law and served as Northeast Regional Director of the National Asian Pacific American Law Student’s Association. He earned his bachelor of arts from Colby College and is a graduate of Iolani School where he was an Albert H. Stone Memorial Scholar.
Patrick D. Collins concentrates his practice in the areas of real estate, commercial and intellectual property (IP) litigation. Prior to joining Goodsill, Collins clerked for the Honorable James E. Duffy, Jr., Associate Justice of the Hawaii Supreme Court. Collins began his career at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan in San Francisco, where he practiced antitrust and intellectual property litigation.
Collins earned his juris doctor (magna cum laude) from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law and his bachelor of arts (cum laude) from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Scott K.D. Shishido concentrates his practice in the areas of real estate, construction, personal injury, insurance defense, coverage and bad faith, professional malpractice and commercial litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Shishido clerked for the Honorable Craig H. Nakamura at the Intermediate Court of Appeals. Shishido earned his juris doctor (magna cum laude) from the University of Hawaii, William S. Richardson School of Law where he served as the managing editor of the University of Hawaii Law Review and competed as a member of the Native American Moot Court Team. During law school, he served as a research assistant for the Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law. Shishido earned his bachelor of arts from Stanford University and is a graduate of Kamehameha Schools Kapalama.