Ms. Kagawa focuses her practice in the areas of real estate and commercial transactions. She earned her Juris Doctor from William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaii at Manoa, graduating with honors. Ms. Kagawa is admitted to the Hawaii Bar.
Ms.Kagawa served judicial externships with Federal Magistrate Judge Kevin Chang and Circuit Court Judge Bert Ayabe.
While in law school, Ms. Kagawa was a research assistant as part of the Scholar Advocate Program. She conducted legal research and writing regarding the Korematsu Coram Nobis case and proposed a new framework for judicial duties.
Volunteer work experience includes serving the Legal Aid Society and its Access to Justice program where she assisted with client intake and researched Hawaii Civil Codes (focusing on TRO, debit and landlord tenant disputes).
Other law-related work experience includes assistance with collecting and organizing data using E-Discovery and Relativity programs and data management of discovery information.
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