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Law Offices of Sherry P. Broder

Since its founding in 1978, the Honolulu based Law Offices of Sherry P. Broder has held a reputation as a leader in personal injury, class action and other complex civil litigation. Ms. Broder has maintained an active and diverse civil litigation practice representing plaintiffs and defendants in both state and federal courts.

Never hesitant to take on a challenge, Ms. Broder has advocated for the rights and entitlements of Native Hawaiians. She is and has been the attorney for the Office of Hawaiian Affairs for the last 20 years. She has represented Native Hawaiians before the state and federal courts, including the trial courts, the Hawaii Supreme Court, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.

Ms. Broder's pioneering has continued in the field of human rights litigation. Sherry Broder served as class counsel for the victims of torture, summary execution and disappearance during the dictatorship of Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos in the Marcos Human Rights Litigation, and won a $2 billion verdict which is believed to be the largest personal injury verdict in U.S. history.

About Sherry P. Broder:-

Legal: J.D. Order of the Coif (top 10%)
Boalt Hall, University of California Berkeley,
1970 Undergraduate: B.A. Wellesley Scholar
Wellesley College
Wellesley, Massachusetts
BAR MEMBERSHIP Hawaii State Bar - admitted 1976
California State Bar - admitted 1976
U.S. Court of Claims
U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals - District of Hawaii; District Northern California; Central District of California
1979 - present Attorney, Law Offices of Sherry P. Broder, concentrating in civil litigation, class actions, native rights, entitlements, self-determination, and governmental powers and authority.
1990 - present Arbitrator, Hawaii Court Annexed Arbitration Program
2001 - present Hearings Officer, County of Hawaii Planning Commission, Application for Special Permit and Application for Special Management Area Use Permit
1994 - 1995 Arbitrator, Expedited Claims Process, Securities & Exchange Commission v. Prudential Securities, Inc., C.A. No. 93-2164, U.S.D.C., D.C.
1979 & 1980 Sessions Attorney, Senate, Hawaii State Legislature, Transportation Committee and Majority Floor Leader
1978 Deputy Chief Attorney, Constitutional Convention, State of Hawaii, Committees on Local Government, Public Health and Welfare, and Hawaiian Affairs
1978 Sessions Attorney, House, Hawaii State Legislature, Majority Attorney Office
1976 - 1977 Attorney, Hawaii Correctional Legal Services, Honolulu, Hawaii, responsible for providing legal services to prisoners and supervising third year law students in Third Year Litigation Workshop
1974 - 1976 Attorney and Law Clerk, Law Firm of Garry, Dreyfus, McTernan, Brotsky, Herndon & Pesonan, San Francisco, California
1970 - 1972 Computer Programmer and Systems Analyst, Bank of America, 1 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, California
  S. Broder and J. Van Dyke, Ocean Boundaries in the South Pacific, 4 U. Haw. L. Rev. 1 (1982)

S. Broder, "The Legal View: The First Amendment and the Student's Right to Know," Papers, Intellectual Freedom Institute, Graduate School of Library Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa, June 14-18 (1982)

G. Clay and S. Broder, Ocean Leasing for Hawaii, Hawaii State Department of Planning and Economic Development (1981)

S. Broder and B. Wee, Hawaii's Equal Rights Amendment: Its Impact on Athletic opportunities and Competition for Women, 2 U. Haw. L. Rev. 97 (1979)

L. Naito and S. Broder, "Women in the Criminal Justice System," Hawaii International Women's Year Conference (1977)

J. Van Dyke, S. Wolinsky, S. Broder, E. Elliot, and K. Reilly, Quadra v. Superior Court of the City and County of San Francisco: A Challenge to the Composition of the San Francisco Grand Jury , 27 Hastings Law Journal 565 (1976)

  Hawaii State Bar Association
President, became first Woman President 1993; Vice President, 1992; Treasurer, 1990-1991; Director, 1989-1990; Chair, Judicial Administration, 1982; Chair, Legislative Committee, 1981

Hawaii Justice Foundation (IOLTA)
Secretary, 1994; Board Member, 1990-1996

Hawaii Lawyers Care
Board Member, 1989-1992; Chair, Grievance Committee, 1989-1990

Hawaii Federal Judicial Conference
Delegate, 1988-1991, 1994-1997; Chair 1998

Hawaii State Judicial Conference
Delegate, 1998-1993; Co-chair 1998

Ninth Circut Judicial Conference
Attorney Delegate, 1994-1998
Appointed by Chief Judge Alan Kay

Hawaii State Judicial Conference
Delegate 1988-1993; Co-Chair 1993

Hawaii Women Lawyers
Founding Member and Member To Present
President, became second President 1982; Treasurer, 1981

American Bar Association, Member

Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, Member

Office of Disciplinary Counsel
Hearings officer, Appointed by Disciplinary Board, 1989 to present

Federal District Court Discipline Committee
Hearings Officer, Appointed by Chief Judge Alan Kay, District of Hawaii, 1996

Hawaii Trial Lawyers
Vice President, 1989-1992; Founding Member and Member To Present

The Hawaii Women Lawyers Foundation
Founding Member and Member To Present President, 1984; Vice President, 1985; Secretary, 1986; Grant Distribution Committee, 1984 to present

Committee on Gender & Other Fairness,
Hawaii Supreme Court, Member 1992-1994

Guest Lecturer in Civil Procedure,
William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaii, 1978-present

Guest Lecturer in Native Hawaiian Rights Clinic,
William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaii, 2000-present

Native Hawaiian Bar Association,
Associate Member, 1992-present

Native American and Constitution Scholars Working Group, 106th Congress
Appointed by Senators Daniel Akaka and Daniel K. Inouye

Mid-Pacific Institute Board of Counselors

Friends of Moku'ula, Inc.
Attorney, 1998-2000

  Hawaii Public Television
Board Member, 1989-1995; Chair, Finance Committee, 1993

Wellesley Club of Hawaii
Treasurer, 1982-1985

Amnesty International, Hawaii Chapter
Chairperson of Subcommittee on Women Political Prisoners 1978-1980

Waimanalo Neighborhood Board,
Elected Board Member, 1978-1981
Chair, Planning & Zoning Committee

Present Martindale-Hubbell
"av" rating
Selected0, Preeminent Attorneys
1997 Trial Lawyers for Public Justice
Washington, D.C.
Finalist: Trial Lawyer of the Year
1996 Trial Lawyers for Public Justice
Washington, D.C.
Finalist: Trial Lawyer of the Year
1994 Trial Lawyers for Public Justice
Washington, D.C.
Finalist: Trial Lawyer of the Year
1993 American Bar Association
General Practice Section,
Sole Practitioner of the Year Award
1985 National Wildlife Federation
Conservation Service Citation for legal work on behalf of Hawaii's consumers for heptachlor in milk supply
1997 "Best Lawyers in Hawaii, " Featured and Selected by Honolulu Magazine, February 1997
1995 "10 Who Made a Difference," Selected by Star Bulletin, January 1, 1996
1986 Hawaii Women Lawyers
Outstanding Woman Lawyer Award
1983 Child & Family Services
Award as Outstanding Attorney for legal work on behalf of abused and neglected minors
1997 Board of Trustees, Office of Hawaiian Affairs Resolution Acknowledging and Honoring Sherry P. Broder
1992 Hawaii House of Representatives Resolution Recognizing Achievements
1986 Hawaii State Senate Resolution Recognizing Achievements
1986 City Council, City & County of Honolulu Resolution Recognizing Achievements

Law Offices of Sherry P. Broder
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