Environmental Law Program

ELP Welcomes Two New Research Associates and Bids Farewell to our Graduating Research Associates

The Environmental Law Program is thrilled to welcome Miranda Steed and U‘ilani Tanigawa, who will join us as our two newest research associates. As research associates, they will support the continued growth and success of the program for the next two years under the guidance of ELP Director David Forman and Assistant Director Shalanda Baker. ELP would also like to wish the best of luck to outgoing RAs, Kaily Wakefield and Olan Leimomi Fisher. Read the full post »

ELP Travel Grants for Public Interest Environmental Law Conference (PIELC)

ELP Travel Grants enabled third year law students Emily Gaskin and Claire Colegrove to attend the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference (PIELC), hosted by the University of Oregon School of Law in Eugene, Oregon from March 2-5, 2017. Read the full post »

World Conference on Environment 2017, New Delhi, India – Guest Contributor: Christina Lizzi (ELP Student)

This Spring 2017 semester, ELP student Christina Lizzi is having the amazing opportunity to study abroad at the O.P. Jindal Global Law School and intern at the India National Green Tribunal.  She shares her experience thus far with us. Read the full post »

A Morning Spent at Ka Papa Loʻi O Kānewai – Guest Contributor: Stacey Gray (ELP Student ’19)

On Saturday, April 1, Stacey Gray (’19) attended a First Saturday Community Work day at the Ka Papa Loʻi O Kānewai, a thriving taro patch located just below the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa campus. Stacey shares her experience with us. Read the full post »

Hawaii J20 and the Importance of Continued Environmental Protection

The William S. Richardson School of Law, in conjunction with Hawai‘i J20: Inaugurating Resistance, presented “Law & Justice in Perilous Times: A Call to Action” on January 20thRead the full post »


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