Erin L. Lowenthal

Founder | Managing Partner
Before opening Lowenthal & Lowenthal, Erin served as a Deputy Attorney General for the State of Hawaii in the Family Law Division and as an Attorney for the County of Maui. She also served as the Chief Executive Officer for a multi-million dollar nonprofit agency providing support services and housing to unsheltered and low-income residents.

Erin received her law degree from the University of Kansas School of Law. While at KU, she pursued her commitment to social justice by working as a student practitioner in the Paul E. Wilson Project for Innocence and Post-Conviction Remedies, and by volunteering her time with several immigrant organizations including Immigration Equality and the Somali-Bantu Naturalization Project.

Erin received her B.A. in English and B.S. in Journalism from the University of Kansas.

Erin's Core Values

Practicing With Integrity

Erin constantly seeks to redefine the standards of honor and professionalism in the legal community. Erin is committed to practicing law in strict adherence to Hawaii's Rules of Professional Conduct, and her own moral conscience.

Pursuing Excellence

Every case, no matter the size, is treated with compassion, thoughtfulness, and thoroughness. Erin's goal is always to provide the highest level of legal representation possible through skilled advocacy.

Promoting Collaboration

As a skilled negotiator and effective collaborator, Erin assists clients in resolving disputes amicably to spare them the time, expense and stress associated with litigation.

Supporting Families

Erin strongly believes it is her responsibility to work with clients and opposing counsel to create the best possible resolution to any conflict, especially where there are children involved. When legal matters involve children, complex challenges will be met with sensitivity and urgency.