David Y. Igé | GOVERNOR’S OFFICE PRESS RELEASE: GOVERNOR IGE APPOINTS DANIEL GLUCK TO INTERMEDIATE COURT OF APPEAL
GOVERNOR’S OFFICE PRESS RELEASE: GOVERNOR IGE APPOINTS DANIEL GLUCK TO INTERMEDIATE COURT OF APPEAL
Posted on Jul 8, 2021 in Latest News, Press Room, Press Releases
HONOLULU – Governor David Ige has appointed Daniel Gluck, executive director / general counsel of the State of Hawaii Ethics Commission, to the Intermediate Court of Appeal. If confirmed by the State Senate, Gluck will fill the post left vacant by the retirement of Associate Judge Derrick HM Chan last October.
Gluck has been a member of the Ethics Commission since 2016. Previously, he worked as Senior Counsel and then Legal Director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Hawai’i (ACLU); Assistant Professor, University of Hawaii Civil Rights Seminar William S. Richardson School of Law; an associate lawyer in private practice and paralegal for the Hon. J. Michael Seabright, United States District Court, District of Hawaii, and the Hon. James E. Duffy, Jr., Supreme Court of Hawaii.
In addition, Gluck served as chairman of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau and held various positions at the US Department of Justice in Washington, DC, Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders in Boston, Massachusetts, the US Attorney’s Office in Honolulu, and a AmeriCorp. * National Civilian Community Corps in Charleston, South Carolina.
Gluck received a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and his JD from Harvard Law School.
“I am touched and honored by Governor Ige’s selection, and look forward to working with the Senate over the next few weeks. I have had the extraordinary good fortune to work with extraordinary colleagues at the Ethics Commission over the past five years; I’m sorry to leave the office, but I can’t wait to join the bench, ”Gluck said.
The Judicial Selection Commission submitted a list of candidates to Governor Ige on June 9. The governor interviewed each candidate and reviewed the public comments submitted to the governor’s office before making that appointment.
Gluck’s appointment to the ICA is subject to Senate confirmation.