While at the William S. Richardson School of Law and the Environmental Law Program, students have the opportunity to gain experience through externships, pro bono projects, and summer jobs. Graduates of the law school are trained to successfully pursue a wide variety of exciting careers in environmental law. They are employed by federal and state agencies, federal and state judiciaries, private law firms, public interest law firms, and non-profit organizations.Photo L-R: Michael Tsuji, Director, Clean Water Branch, Enforcement Section; Larry Lau, Office of the Attorney General; Jed Davis, ’02; Jill Raznov, ’03; Dennis Tulang, Director, Wastewater Branch; Lee Ann N.M. Brewer, Office of the Attorney General. (Photo by Bob Chin).
Check out our Hawai‘i Resources including our ELP Careers Directory 2011-12. We also have resources for environmental careers Beyond Hawai‘i.
Click here to go to Mālama Hawai‘i, another great resource for environment-related volunteer and employment opportunities.