Amberlynn O. Alualu is an invaluable addition to our firm and is a member of our firm’s Paternity Practice Group & Domestic Abuse/TRO Practice Group. At Coates Frey Hackett & Gibson, AAL LLLC, Amber concentrates on family law litigation including divorce, child custody and support, post-decree enforcement, and paternity matters.
Born on O’ahu, Amber graduated from ‘Iolani School and went on to receive her Bachelor’s in Global Studies from Lehigh University. After graduating from Lehigh, Amber went on to attend St. Thomas University College of Law, where she was the Executive Editor of the Intercultural Human Rights Law Review and a competing member on St. Thomas’s Moot Court Team. While in Miami, she worked with various governmental organizations and non-profits focusing on immigration justice and equity for marginalized communities.
Amber is a member of the Hawaii Women Lawyers, Pacific Islander Legal Association, and Young Lawyers Division.
- 2011 graduate of ‘Iolani School
- 2016 graduate of Lehigh University (Major in Global Studies; Global Citizenship Program Certificate)
- 2021 graduate of St. Thomas University College of Law with a Certificate in Intercultural Human Rights