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List of justices of the Supreme Court of Hawaii

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Following is a list Justices of the Supreme Court of Hawaii.

Current justices

Title Name Served on court since Current term
Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald May 11, 2009 September 14, 2010 – September 13, 2020
Justice Paula A. Nakayama April 22, 1993 April 22, 2013 – April 21, 2023
Justice Sabrina McKenna March 3, 2011 March 3, 2011 – March 2, 2021
Justice Richard W. Pollack August 6, 2012 August 6, 2012 – August 5, 2022
Justice Michael D. Wilson April 17, 2014 April 17, 2014 – April 16, 2024

Past justices

From October 8, 1840, to January 15, 1848, the court was known as the Supreme Court of the Kingdom of Hawaii.

  • This early Supreme Court was head by the King, the Kuhina Nui, and four other chiefs elected by the representative body to serve as Judges. The Four Judges of the Supreme Court were not Associate Justices but served that capacity as Assistant to the Chief Justice, i.e. the King.[1][2][3]

From January 15, 1848, to December 6, 1852, it was known as the Superior Court of the Kingdom of Hawaii.
From December 6, 1852, to January 17, 1893, it was known as the Supreme Court of the Kingdom of Hawaii.
From January 17, 1893, to July 4, 1898, it was known as the Supreme Court of the Republic of Hawaii.
From July 4, 1898, to August 21, 1959, it was known as the Supreme Court of the Territory of Hawaii.
From August 21, 1959, to the present, it is known as the Supreme Court of Hawaii.

Name Portrait Appointment Term End Chief Justice Appointment Chief Justice Term End
 Kamehameha III[1] October 8, 1840 January 15, 1848 October 8, 1840 January 15, 1848[4]
 Kekāuluohi[1] October 8, 1840[5] June 7, 1845
Keoni Ana[1] June 10, 1845 January 15, 1848
Zorobabela Kaʻauwai[1] May 10, 1842[6] November, 1846 (resigned)[1][7]
Abner Paki[1] May 10, 1842[8] by January 15, 1848
Charles Kanaina[1] May 10, 1842[9] by January 15, 1848
Jonah Kapena[1] May 10, 1842[10] by January 15, 1848
Joshua Kaeo[1] November, 1846[1][7] by January 15, 1848
Lorrin Andrews January 15, 1848 January 10, 1855[11]
John Papa ʻĪʻī January 15, 1848 February 16, 1864[12]
William Little Lee January 16, 1848 May 28, 1857 January 16, 1848 May 28, 1857[13]
George Morison Robertson* January 10, 1855 December 24, 1863[14]
Elisha Hunt Allen June 4, 1857 February 22, 1877 June 4, 1857[15] February 1, 1877[16]
George Morison Robertson* February 16, 1864 March 12, 1867[14]
Robert Grimes Davis February 16, 1864 July 8, 1868[17]
James W. Austin July 10, 1868 July 10, 1869[18]
Alfred S. Hartwell* September 30, 1868 February 18, 1874[19]
Hermann A. Widemann July 10, 1869 February 18, 1874[20]
Charles Coffin Harris February 18, 1874 July 2, 1881 February 1, 1877 July 2, 1881[21]
Albert Francis Judd February 18, 1874 May 20, 1900 November 5, 1881 May 20, 1900[22]
Lawrence McCully February 1, 1877 April 10, 1892[23]
Benjamin H. Austin November 7, 1881 July 5, 1885[24]
Edward Preston July 7, 1885 January 17, 1890[25]
Richard Fredrick Bickerton December 29, 1886 December 10, 1895[26]
Abraham Fornander December 27, 1886 November 1, 1887[27]
Sanford B. Dole December 28, 1887 January 17, 1893[28]
Walter F. Frear March 7, 1893 August 15, 1907 July 5, 1900 August 15, 1907[29]
William Austin Whiting January 11, 1896 July 14, 1900[30]
Antonio Perry* July 5, 1900 June 15, 1904[31]
Clinton L. Galbraith June 30, 1900 June 15, 1904[32]
Alfred S. Hartwell* June 15, 1904 March 9, 1911 August 15, 1907 March 9, 1911[19]
Francis March Hatch June 15, 1904 January 31, 1905[33]
Arthur A. Wilder February 13, 1905 January 25, 1910[34]
Sidney M. Ballou August 15, 1907 May 6, 1909[35]
Antonio Perry* May 6, 1909 April 2, 1914[31]
Alexander G. M. Robertson March 9, 1911 January 1, 1918 March 9, 1911 January 1, 1918[36]
Edward M. Watson March 19, 1914 December 15, 1916[37]
Ralph P. Quarles April 2, 1914 September 12, 1918[38]
James Leslie Coke* January 13, 1917 April 17, 1922 March 7, 1918 April 17, 1922[39]
Samuel B. Kemp* March 7, 1918 April 17, 1922[40]
William Seabrook Edings September 26, 1918 October 10, 1922[41]
Antonio Perry* April 17, 1922 July 3, 1934 February 26, 1926 July 3, 1934[42]
Emil C. Peters* April 17, 1922 December 21, 1925 April 17, 1922 December 21, 1925
Alexander Lindsay Jr. October 10, 1922[43] September 5, 1926[44]
James Leslie Coke* July 3, 1934 March 22, 1941 July 3, 1934 March 22, 1941[39]
Emil C. Peters* 1935 1949
Samuel B. Kemp* June 20, 1941 1950 June 20, 1941 1950[40]
Edward Armstrong Towse April 18, 1950 April 6, 1956 October 15, 1951 April 6, 1956
Ingram Stainback October 15, 1951 1959
Philip L. Rice February 7, 1955 July 27, 1959 March 29, 1956 July 27, 1959
Charles E. Cassidy October 5, 1959 May 8, 1967
Cable A. Wirtz October 5, 1959 May 8, 1967
Rhoda V. Lewis October 5, 1959 May 8, 1967
Masaji Marumoto* October 5, 1959 September 15, 1960
Wilfred Chomatsu Tsukiyama October 5, 1959 December 31, 1965 October 5, 1959 December 31, 1965
Jack H. Mizuha April 28, 1961 June 28, 1968
William S. Richardson March 25, 1966 October 30, 1982 March 25, 1966 October 30, 1982
Kazuhisa Abe May 8, 1967 December 28, 1973
Masaji Marumoto* May 8, 1967 December 28, 1973
Bert T. Kobayashi July 17, 1969 December 29, 1978
Thomas Shoichi Ogata February 5, 1974 December 30, 1981
Benjamin Menor April 16, 1974 December 30, 1981
H Baird Kidwell July 1, 1975 February 28, 1979
Harman T. F. Lum January 28, 1980 March 31, 1993 April 26, 1983 March 31, 1993
Edward H. Nakamura March 24, 1980 December 28, 1989
Yoshimi Hayashi March 30, 1982 March 31, 1992
Frank D. Padgett March 30, 1982 March 31, 1992
James H. Wakatsuki September 7, 1983 September 22, 1992
Robert G. Klein March 31, 1992 February 4, 2000
Steven H. Levinson April 7, 1992 December 30, 2008
Mario R. Ramil May 13, 1993 December 31, 2002
Ronald Moon March 9, 1990 August 31, 2013 March 31, 1993 August 31, 2013
James E. Duffy June 27, 2003 July 1, 2012
Simeon R. Acoba May 19, 2000 February 29, 2014
  • Indicates served non-consecutive terms as either an Associate Justice or Chief Justice.

References

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