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The Spirit of Aloha as Law

Aloha Spirit is considered a state “law.” Although the word law sounds too strong and strict, Aloha Spirit is not such a type of law that you will get in trouble if you break it.

Its main purpose is to serve as a reminder to attorneys and other public servants, while they perform their duties to treat people with deep care and respect, just like their ancestors did. Aloha Spirit is more a lesson than a law. By learning and applying this lesson to real life, attorneys can contribute to a better world, a world filled with ALOHA.

Lee Mattingly was licensed to practice law in the State of Hawaii in 2000. Lee attended Baylor Law School with concentraton on Litigation then William S. Richardson School of Law in Manoa her last semester of law school. Wanting to understand Hawaii, she studied Hawaiian Diversity, Land and Water Rights, the Hawaiian language and hula. Lee has continued to learn more about Hawaii over the last eleven (11) years by attending seminars, performing pro bono services and spending time in the ocean, outrigger canoeing or studying fish species.

There is much to be learned – “Aloha – to learn what is not said, to see what cannot be seen and to know the unknowable.” Queen Lili’uokalani.

Lee resides on the West Side of the Big Island – Kailua -Kona and can be reached at (808) 782-3291.

Lee in front of the Hawai'i Supreme Court

“Ua mau ke ea ka aina i ka pono,” the life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness. Kamehameha III

The Hawai'i Big Island race

Seat 4 is the Power Seat.
It requires strength and focus to push through to obtain results.

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