Pro Bono

Kari K. Noborikawa

The George Washington University Law School, 2018

As part of Hawaii’s legal community, Starn O’Toole Marcus & Fisher is committed to providing quality pro bono services to individuals and organizations who would otherwise be unable to afford such services. Our attorneys are actively encouraged to accept pro bono cases and we ask each attorney to devote at least 50 hours of time to pro bono matters each year. Attorneys at our firm have dedicated their efforts to organizations including Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii, Ho`ola Na Pua, the Access to Justice Room, the Wild Aloha Foundation, the Business Law Corps., and the David Sherlock Wildlife Trust, to name a few. We understand the importance of providing these services and always strive to outdo ourselves year over year in a continual effort to better serve our community.