Environmental Law Program

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 »

ELP Co-Sponsors Second Hawaiʻi Marine Resources Enforcement Conference

On December 16 and 17, 2016, the William S. Richardson School of Law’s Environmental Law Program hosted the 2016 Hawaiʻi Marine Resource Enforcement Conference (“HMREC 2”). As the second Hawaii Marine Resource Enforcement Conference (the first was in 2014), HMREC 2016 was a great success in terms of strengthening the network of legal professionals focused on marine resource enforcement, as well as providing opportunities for community and agency collaboration. Read the full post »

Professor Burkett Selected as one of “20 for the Next 20”

Professor Maxine Burkett is featured in the March 2017 issue of Hawai‘i Business Magazine.  Read the full post »

Twenty Years of Genetically Engineered Crops: What the Past Tells us About the Future

Dr. Neal Stewart, the Ivan Racheff Chair of Excellence in plant molecular genetics at the University of Tennessee, visited Richardson on Tuesday, January 24, for the first colloquium of 2017 hosted by the Environmental Law Program. Read the full post »

Observations from December Symposium on Climate Change

In December 2016, the White House Council on Environmental Quality, in collaboration with the Alaska and Hawaii Sea Grant Programs, and the William S. Richardson School of Law Environmental Law Program, presented a two day symposium, titled Climate Displacement, Migration, and Relocation. Read the full post »

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