Cheryl A.K. Fraine joined PKK in December 2015. She represents clients encountering construction, business, real estate, and community association governance disputes. She is a member of the Hawaii State Bar Association.

Cheryl previously worked as a law clerk for Oahu First Circuit Court Judge Karl K. Sakamoto, where she oversaw a variety of civil matters, conducted research, and drafted legal briefs.

Cheryl earned her J.D. degree from the William S. Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, where she graduated summa cum laude and was a writer and technical editor at the Law Review. She graduated from the university with bachelor’s degrees in English and economics, earning numerous honors for her academic achievements.

She has also served as a tutor at the university’s Learning Assistance Center and as a judicial clerk volunteer with Judge Sakamoto. A dance, opera and theater enthusiast, she volunteers at Diamond Head Theatre. She is fluent in German and Swiss, and attended Sacred Hearts Academy on Oahu.

Cheryl is an attorney with PKK’s litigation section, which serves clients on Oahu and the neighbor islands.