Honolulu personal injury lawyer Daniel Pagliarini was admitted to the Hawaii bar, U.S. District Court, District of Hawaii in 1987; and to the Rhode Island bar, U.S. District Court of Rhode Island in 1988.
He graduated from Bryant University in 1984, magna cum laude, and was the recipient of the Class of 1983 Commencement Graduate School Scholarship (B.S., 1984). In 1987, he graduated from Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA. (J.D., 1987) and attended the University of Hawaii, Richardson School of Law in 1986-1987.
After serving as a law clerk for the First Circuit Court, State of Hawaii, Dan served as a Hawaii Deputy Public Defender from 1988-1991. He later served as Adjunct Professor at the University of Hawaii, West Oahu, and a Guest Lecturer at the Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaii.
“When you hire my firm, you hire me. I am committed to providing each and every one of my clients with the personal attention and care they need to bring about the justice they deserve.”