Alana Peacott-Ricardos

Alana Peacott-Ricardos

Hawai‘i is remote, which is amazing and challenging all at the same time. The people and cultures are very special here and integral to the clients we serve.

Alana focuses her practice on civil litigation, with emphasis on medical liability and health law.

Before joining Goodsill in 2014, Alana worked at a local nonprofit organization where she provided public policy advocacy on issues of sexual violence and child maltreatment. She also oversaw the agency’s prevention and education program.

As a law student, Alana served as a technical editor to the University of Hawai‘i Law Review and published an article analyzing a Hawai‘i Supreme Court decision addressing individual privacy rights: State v. Spillner: An Investigatory Traffic Stop Based on Unreasonable Suspicion, 31 U. Haw. L. Rev. 631 (Summer 2009).


In her free time, Alana enjoys running, hiking, photography and yoga. Namaste, Alana.



William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawai‘i, J.D. (summa cum laude), 2010
Boston University, B.A. (cum laude), 2002


U.S. District Court of Hawai‘i
State Courts of Hawai‘i
Washington (inactive)


Hawai‘i State Bar Association, Member
2014 Hawai‘i State Bar Association Leadership Institute Fellow
Hawai‘i Filipino Lawyers Association, Board Member
Hawai‘i Women Lawyers, Board Member
Girls on the Run Hawai‘i, Board Member
Making Ends Meet, Board Member


Super Lawyers, Rising Stars, 2013, 2015-2019