Sommerset Wong was born and raised in Kāneohe, Hawaii and graduated from the Kamehameha Schools–Kapālama High School in 2008. She went on to The George Washington University and received her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice in 2011.
Upon graduation, Sommerset went directly to the William S. Richardson School of Law where she became extremely involved in student activities. She is currently a 2L Student Bar Association Representative and is a member of the University of Hawaii Law Review and the Native American Moot Court Team.
Sommerset has interned at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and during the summer of 2012, she externed full-time for Chief District Court Judge Susan Oki Mollway. Currently, Sommerset serves as the Law School Visit Coordinator and the Criminal Justice Teaching Assistant. She has served on the University of Hawaii Student Caucus since 2011 as an adhoc member and was appointed to RCAC by the Student Caucus Chair.
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