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Federal judge

Alan Cooke Kay, American federal judge.


Kay, Alan Cooke was born in 1932 in Honolulu. Son of Harold Thomas and Ann (Cooke) Kay.


Bachelor, Princeton University, 1957. Bachelor of Laws, University California, Berkeley, 1960.


Associate Case, Kay & Lynch, Honolulu, 1960-1964, partner, 1965-1986. Judge United States District Court Hawaii, 1986—1991, chief judge, 1991—1999, senior district judge, since 2000. Board regents International College and Graduate School, 1994-1900.


Member steering committee Fuller Theological Seminary Hawaii, 1985-1986. President, trustee Hawaii Mission Children's Society, Honolulu, 1980-1986. Board directors Good News Mission, 1980-1986, Economic Development Corporation Honolulu, 1985-1986, Legal Aid Society, Honolulu, 1968-1971.

Member Hawaii Bar Association (executive committee 1972-1973, board directors real estate section 1983-1986), Federal Judges Association (9th circuit judicial council since 1994, 9th circuit Pacific Islands committee 1994-1998), American Inns of Court (counselor Aloha Inn since 1987).


Harold Thomas Kay

Ann (Cooke) Kay