Goodsill has added Joelle B. Yamamoto (JD ’15) to the Trusts, Estates and Family Business practice group.
Joelle joins the firm as an associate and will concentrate her practice in the areas related to estate planning, probate and trust administration, including will and trust disputes. She is a graduate of UH Mānoa’s William S. Richardson School of Law and has clerked for the Honorable Derrick H. M. Chan during his term as Chief Judge of the First Circuit Court and his subsequent term as Associate Judge of the Intermediate Court of Appeals.
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