Law Firm Attorneys and Paralegals To Provide Pro Bono Services
(Honolulu Hawaii) Hawaii Supreme Court Justice and Chairman of the Access to Justice Commission, Simeon R. Acoba, met with Starn O’Toole Marcus & Fisher directors to confirm their commitment to providing pro bono legal services to the community. As part of the commission’s community wide action plan, the law firm has committed to provide at least 50 hours of pro bono services annually from each of their attorneys and paralegals.
Justice Acoba said, “We are especially happy to have the cooperation of Starn O’Toole Marcus & Fisher in providing leadership for the Hawaii State Bar’s commitment to providing services for low and moderate income persons. This contribution will have a significant impact on providing access to justice and we appreciate their exemplary efforts.”
Peter Starn, Chairman of the law firm said, “We are happy to continue our long standing history of contributing our skills and expertise to community members in need, and encourage other organizations to do likewise.”
Starn O’Toole Marcus & Fisher specializes in large real estate and hotel industry transactions as well as complex commercial litigation. Founded in 1994, the law firm has twenty-five attorneys and eight paralegals. The law firm was selected as one of Hawaii Business Magazine’s “Best Places to Work” in 2008.