February 12, 2020: Hawaii Attorney General Clare E. Connors has announced that Hui Chen is the new Chief Integrity Adviser for the Department of the Attorney General. The Chief Integrity Adviser is a new position within the Department. The Adviser reports directly to the Attorney General and her responsibilities include the Department’s policies and procedures, internal training programs, and ethics and conflicts reviews. Additionally, the Adviser is a member of the Complex Litigation, Fraud, and Compliance Unit, and will be tasked with investigating, reviewing, and consulting on compliance issues within state government. Chen attended the University of California Los Angeles, where she earned a B.A. and earned her law degree from the University of California Berkeley School of Law.