K.A.D. Camara

Kiwi was a founding partner of Camara & Sibley and is now a retired partner.

Kiwi earned a BS in computer science and mathematics summa cum laude from Hawaii Pacific University and a JD magna cum laude from Harvard Law School at the age of 19. He clerked for Judge Harris Hartz on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, was a Ph.D. student in economics at Stanford University, and taught corporate law at Northwestern University School of Law before founding Camara & Sibley.

At Camara & Sibley, Kiwi led the intellectual-property practice and also handled notable antitrust, environmental, and FCPA matters. His articles on corporate law, constitutional law, and international law have been published in The Journal of Corporation Law and the Yale Law Journal