Shawn Ching is a Hawaii personal injury attorney who represents people throughout the State of Hawaii who have suffered legal injuries caused by the actions and/or negligence of others.
Born and raised in Hawaii, Shawn graduated from Theodore Roosevelt High School in 1987, earned his B.A. (1991) and M.A. (1993) in Political Science from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and graduated from the William S. Richardson School of Law in 2003.
As an undergraduate and graduate student at the UH-Manoa, Shawn was also member of the Rainbow Warrior football team, earning both athletic and academic All-conference honors as a Center on offensive line.
Shawn is also an accomplished broadcast journalist and storyteller in Hawaii. He has served as both a news anchor and reporter for the ABC, CBS, and NBC affiliates in Hawaii since 1995. In 2013, he was a co-anchor of the news team that was given a national “Edward R. Murrow Award” for broadcast excellence. It was the first time a Hawaii television station was given such an award.
Following law school, Shawn joined the law firm of King, Nakamura & Chun-Hoon as a labor attorney before becoming an associate attorney at the Honolulu law firm of Kobayashi, Sugita & Goda.
Shawn takes pride in his level of client service, brings a unique perspective and skill set to his practice, and a passion to be a tireless advocate for each and every one of this clients.