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Introduction

Hawaiian firm Cades Schutte was founded in 1922 in Honolulu, and the seeds of loyalty between the firm and its employees have been sown since its inception. No group of three or more partners has left the firm since its founding, and most partners were former associates at the firm. Despite lower-than-mainland salaries, many associates find the perks of island life to be worth a pay cut. Cades Schutte is a go-to firm in Hawaii in the areas of bankruptcy, corporate, labor and employment, litigation, real estate and tax law.

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Major Office Locations

Honolulu, HI (HQ)...


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Major Practice Areas

Agriculture...

About the Firm

Hawaiian firm Cades Schutte was founded in 1922 in Honolulu, and the seeds of loyalty between the firm and its employees have been sown since its inception. No group of three or more partners has left the firm since its founding, and most partners were former associates at the firm. Despite lower-than-mainland salaries, many associates find the perks of island life to be worth a pay cut. Cades Schutte is a go-to firm in Hawaii in the areas of bankruptcy, corporate, labor and employment, litigation, real estate and tax law.

Distinguished Alumni

Cades Schutte makes an appearance on the resumes of many big names in Hawaii. Partners from the firm have gone on to become presidents of Hawaii "Big Five" corporations, a federal district judge, a Ninth Circuit judge, general counsels ...

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Diversity at Cades Schutte LLP

"The firm continues to actively support the Hawaii Women’s Legal Foundation (“HWLF”), which is the fund raising entity of the Hawaii Women Lawyers. The HWLF’s mission is to support projects that benefit women and children in the exercise of their legal rights, and to empower women in the legal profession. The late C. Frederick Schutte, former partner, was a long-standing supporter and benefactor of HWLF. The late Nancy Stivers, former associate, was HWLF’s first president and was active in the struggle for women’s rights and for the..."