Goodsill Pledges $10,000 to Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship
Oct 10, 2014
(Honolulu, Hawaiʻi – October 10, 2014) – Goodsill Anderson Quinn and Stifel has made a $10,000 gift commitment to the Shidler College of Business Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship (PACE).
PACE is a program of the University of Hawaiʻi dedicated to fostering entrepreneurs through curriculum, community outreach, and experiential programs reflecting an Asian Pacific theme and focus.
The firm and its attorneys have been long-time, active supporters of the University at Hawaiʻi. Judy Yuriko Lee and Gail Y. Cosgrove are both Lecturers in Law at the William S. Richardson School of Law, and Shannon E. Pierce and Johnathan C. Bolton have served as Virtual Professional-in-Residence at PACE.
Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel LLP, founded in Hawaiʻi in 1878, has over 60 attorneys representing local, national and international clients. Goodsill lawyers handle a wide range of business and legal matters, extending personalized legal services with cutting-edge resources.