Brandon M. Kimura

Associate

bkimura@schultzpoguelaw.com

Practice Areas

  • Medical malpractice litigation
  • Appellate advocacy

Education

  • University of Hawai‘i – William S. Richardson School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 2010)
  • Lewis & Clark College (B.A., Political Science, 2007)

Mr. Kimura focuses his practice on the representation of healthcare providers in claims of medical malpractice. Mr. Kimura is licensed to practice in the State of Indiana.

Prior to joining Schultz & Pogue, LLP, Mr. Kimura served for two years as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Margret G. Robb, Chief Judge of the Indiana Court of Appeals.

Mr. Kimura is an active member of the Indiana State Bar Association, including the Legal Ethics Committee, the Long-Range Planning Committee, and the Written Publications Committee. He is also active in the Indianapolis Bar Association, including, the Appellate Practice Section and Litigation Section.

During law school, Mr. Kimura served as Co-Editor-in-Chief of the University of Hawai‘i Law Review. He also completed an externship in the Chambers of the Honorable J. Michael Seabright, U.S. District Judge, District of Hawai‘i; competed in a national moot court competition; served as Magister (President) of the Richardson Chapter of Phi Delta Phi, an honorary legal fraternity; founded and directed the first and second annual fun run fundraisers for Advocates for Public Interest Law; and received several awards for academics and service.

Publications

  • Co-author, Electronic Discovery and Hawaii’s State Courts, Haw. B.J., May 2012.
  • Lead co-author, Electronic Discovery: A Call for a New Rules Regime for the Hawai‘i Courts, 32 U. Haw. L. Rev. 153 (2009).

Presentations

  • Appellate Practice CLE, Jan. 28, 2011, to the Tippecanoe County Bar Association, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, with the Hon. Margret G. Robb, Chief Judge of the Indiana Court of Appeals, and Steven Knecht
  • Calling for a New Rules Regime for Hawai‘i Courts, Feb. 26, 2010, to the American Judicature Society’s Special Committee on Discovery and E-Discovery, with Professor Eric K. Yamamoto