Damon Key is proud to welcome to our firm our two newest lawyers, Sommerset K.M. Wong and Ikaika B. Rawlins.
Deeply rooted in Hawaii, both are graduates of Kamehameha Schools, Kapalama Campus, and the University of Hawaii’s William S. Richardson School of Law. Sommerset’s extensive involvement at law school included serving as both volunteer case manager and teaching assistant for the Hawaii Innocence Project, an organization committed to providing free representation to incarcerated individuals. Prior to joining the firm, she interned with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Hawaii State Bar Association. Sommerset joins the Dispute Resolution Practice Group.
Originally from Hilo, Ikaika has a diverse background that includes teaching students through traditional Hawaiian navigation aboard the Hokualakai voyaging canoe. Also, in a career that preceded law school, Ikaika specialized in shopping center leasing, sales and development. He joins the firm’s Real Estate, Corporate Law, and Estate Planning and Probate Practice Groups.
Damon Key celebrates its deep roots with more than 50 years of service in Hawaii. To learn more about our new Associates and our firm’s legacy of excellence, please visit hawaiilawyer.com.