In September 2014, Christopher P. St. Sure joined PMKC. He practices law in the areas of community association, construction and commercial litigation. Detail-oriented and diligent, St. Sure thoroughly advocates for his clients’ best interests when pursuing a solution to their legal challenges. He is also experienced in the coordination of various legal proceedings from discovery to trial.  St. Sure is a member of the Hawaii State Bar Association.

Formerly a law clerk for the Oahu First Circuit Court Judge Edwin C. Nacino, St. Sure has overseen a wide range of civil matters from motor vehicle claims to general business disputes. As a law clerk, he was highly involved in the research and legal analysis of his court cases. During law school, St. Sure clerked for a mid-size law firm in downtown Honolulu, focusing in litigation and collections.

Born and raised in Hawaii, St. Sure attended Iolani School. In 2010, he graduated top of his class from the University of Hawaii, double majoring in political science and English. Inspired by his grandfather’s and granduncle’s admirable law careers, he went on to earn his J.D. from the William S. Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawaii in 2013. Passionate about football, he also coached the law school’s Ete flag football team.