Samuel Wilder King II

Samuel Wilder King II is a 2013 graduate of the University of Hawaii's William S. Richardson School of Law, where he was an East West Center Graduate Degree Fellow and earned a professional certificate in urban planning. He graduated from Georgetown University in 2006 and Punahou in 2002. He is a practicing attorney in Honolulu.
It’s Time To Hold TMT Protesters Accountable Cory Lum/Civil Beat

It’s Time To Hold TMT Protesters Accountable

A legitimate exercise in civil disobedience on Mauna Kea has morphed into an anarchic campaign against the rule of law.

Campaign Corner: Reports Show Who’s Serious In OHA Races Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Campaign Corner: Reports Show Who’s Serious In OHA Races

A candidate for Office of Hawaiian Affairs trustee says the latest fundraising totals tell a lot about who’s a reformer and who isn’t.

Campaign Corner: OHA Uses Misleading Data About Hawaiians

Campaign Corner: OHA Uses Misleading Data About Hawaiians

A candidate for trustee disputes the agency’s take on economic conditions.

What Are The Next Steps At OHA? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

What Are The Next Steps At OHA?

Crabbe should be fired, Machado should step aside and Akina should be named board chair.