Seeking for Righteousness

The Personal Blog of Kaimi Wenger

Kaimipono David Wenger

My name is Kaimipono David Wenger (Kaimi), and I am an attorney living in New York City. I work for a firm in midtown, and last year I finished a clerkship for Judge Jack B. Weinstein in the Eastern District of New York. (Of course, anything I write about on blog is my own opinion, not that of my current or former employer).

I am currently working on various article drafts. Two of my articles have been accepted for publication. They are Slavery as a Takings Clause Violation, 53 American University Law Review 191 (2003), and Nullificatory Juries (with David A. Hoffman), 2003 Wisconsin Law Review 1115. Each of these articles is available on Lexis and Westlaw.

Each of these articles is also available online:

Slavery as a Takings Clause Violation

Nullificatory Juries

I am an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (aka the Mormons). I have sometimes dicussed church-related topics on this blog, and I also now post at Times and Seasons, a Mormon group blog.

Kaimipono means “Seeking for Righteousness” in Hawaiian.

Bio last updated: September 2, 2004.

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September 17, 2002 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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