Busekrus previously externed for Justice Paula A. Nakayama at the Hawaii Supreme Court and served as a law clerk to the Honorable Katherine G. Leonard for the Hawaii State Intermediate Court of Appeals.
He has authored “What to do with Wai’anae: How Hawaii’s State and City Government Can Approach the Issues of Inadequate Infrastructure, Low-Income Migrations, and Increasing Homelessness on O‘ahu’s Leeward Coast” in Ka Nu Hou, the newsletter of the Real Property & Financial Services Section of the Hawaii State Bar Association.
Busekrus earned his J.D. Degree in 2015 from University of Hawaii, William S. Richardson School of Law, where he graduated cum laude. While attending the University, Busekrus served as a student law clerk at the Hawaii Innocence Project and as Outside Articles Editor for the UH Law Review.
Busekrus is an attorney with PMK’s litigation section, which serves clients on Oahu and the neighbor islands.