Environmental Law Program

Environmental Law Class Helps Waimea Valley Restoration Efforts

During a class service trip to Waimea Valley on Friday September 28, twenty students from Associate Dean Denise Antolini’s Day and Evening Environmental Law classes, and Lecturer Emily Gaskin ‘17, helped native forest restoration efforts at Waimea Valley on the North Shore of O’ahu. Read the full post »

Cookies, Coffee, & Tea with ELP

On Thursday, September 26, 2019, the Environmental Law Program hosted “Cookies & Coffee with ELP.” ELP students and faculty took a well deserved break from their busy days to talk story and enjoy delicious coffee and an assortment of tasty cookies and teas. Read the full post »

Congratulations to Rachel Ray ‘20 for Best Environmental Law SYS Paper

Congratulations to ELP Student, Rachel Ray ‘20, whose Second Year Seminar (SYS) paper was selected to receive the prestigious Hawaii State Bar Association Environment, Energy, and Resources Section Award for best SYS paper on an environmental law topic.  Rachel’s paper, “A Tourist’s Duty To Protect Hawaiʻi’s Beauty: Utilizing Visitor Taxes To Fund State Parks And Trails,” was selected from papers nominated from the Summer 2018 and Spring 2019 SYS sections.
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Christina Lizzi ’17 Named Executive Director for Maui Nui Marine Resource Council

Christina Lizzi ’17 recently joined the Maui Nui Marine Resource Council (MNMRC) as the Executive Director. Read the full post »

Publication Released – Marshall Islands Climate Migration Project

The International Organization for Migration (OIM) recently published ELP Professor Maxine Burkettʻs work on migration and climate change. Read the full post »


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