Testimonials

"Brian is an expert in nonprofit law and works well with a wide variety of clients. He knows how to translate "legal-ese" into everyday nonprofit application, particularly for challenging issues in board governance such as conflicts of interest. I refer Brian with confidence because of his expertise, his commitment to the nonprofit sector, and the high quality of work he delivers."
~Lily Bloom Domingo

 

"Brian Ezuka, Attorney at Law is simply put an amazing and wonderful human being who truly exudes genuine caring for his service to the nonprofit community and those he serves in that community. Brian, while at times could make money on every call for help, he never hesitates to refer one to another colleague when the issue doesn’t fit his realm of service, and that is a testament to his integrity.

Brian Ezuka has always shown, with all my encounters and work projects with him, that he genuinely cares about people, nonprofit organizations, and is the most genuine, sincere, and person of integrity of any attorney I have ever had the opportunity to work with! It is a true honor and privilege for me to say I enjoy working with a person of such integrity as Brian Ezuka!"
~Jonathon Berliner
  Executive Director, Gregory House Programs: Hawaii's Statewide HIV/AIDS Housing Program

 

"Brian Ezuka is a remarkable attorney who not only knows and understands the law governing not-for-profit organizations, but can translate this dense content to community builders and activists. His ability to work with grassroots leaders respectfully and effectively results in the building and supporting of the leadership and governance of community institutions by the community. I've worked with him for over ten years and can recommend him with complete confidence."
~Puanani Burgess,
  Community Building Consultant and Activist, One Peace-at-a-Time

 

"Brian's knowledge, expertise, and passion is reflected in the exemplary service that he provides.  In addition to sound legal advice, he helps us to be confident in our business decisions."
~Robert Imoto
  President, Honolulu Police Relief Association

 

"During my terms as President of the Hawaii Fire Chiefs Association (HFCA), Brian Ezuka provided expert legal advice and superior work in establishing the HFCA as a non-profit 501c3 organization.

The Hawaii Fire Chiefs Association (HFCA) was formed on August 25, 1978, to cultivate a closer fraternal fellowship among the several branches of fire service organizations throughout the State of Hawaii.

The HFCA promotes development of the fire service through a progressive program of education, public relations, and research and serves as the recognized organization in areas affecting the safety of life and property. The HFCA is affiliated with the Western Fire Chiefs Association, a division of the International Association of Fire Chiefs. Brian continues to service the HFCA as we strive forward expanding our goals and objectives."
~Alvin Tomita
  Deputy Fire Chief (Retired), Honolulu Fire Department / Hawaii Fire Chiefs Association

 

"Brian has been instrumental in HANO’s ability to assist Hawaii’s nonprofit organizations navigate critical legal and compliance issues. Both as a trainer and as a consultant, Brian’s solid expertise of best practices and his ability to translate complex ideas from “legalese” to easily understandable concepts has been invaluable."
~Jennifer Creed
  Director, Member & Professional Development / HANO