Lead attorney Jessica Daye received her certification in Native Hawaiian Law from Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law. The Supreme Court of Hawai‘i grants Hawai‘i certification only to lawyers in good standing who have successfully completed a specialty program accredited by the American Bar Association.
In her legal career, Jessica Daye has had success with complex property cases, business formation, administrative appeals, general litigation, and a wide variety of family issues. She transitioned into the legal field after a career in education where she observed her students' daily struggle with systemic obstacles. She strives now to advocate for people like her students. During law school, her legal writing won awards and she was privileged to intern in the Family Law division of Legal Aid and eventually work under Chief Justice Recktenwald. Her specific studies centered around indigenous issues including her participation in the Native American Moot Court earned her a certification in Native Hawaiian Law from Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law.
Jessica and her family enjoy making music together, spending time on the beaches and mountains of beautiful Maui Nui, and gathering in support and celebration with friends and family.