Environmental Law Program

What is ELP? And Catching Up With ELP Alumni!

photo-6On Tuesday, September 24th, ELP held an informational session about the program. In addition, recent ELP alumni, Anna Ishikawa Fernandez (’11) and David Sakoda (’10) shared their stories about law school, life after law school, and how the ELP certificate is working to shape their career path!

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Grassroots Organizing for Hawaii’s Food Movement

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ELP presents Grassroots Organizing for Hawaii’s Food Movement, featuring Senator Suzanne Chun Oakland and Amy Brinker. The event will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 2nd at 11:30 am in the Moot Courtroom.  Read the full post »

Aloha ‘Āina, Aloha Kānaka: Protecting Cultural Sites for the Well-Being of Native Hawaiian Communities

-1Come join ELP and Ka Huli Ao for another great Maoli Thursday colloquium! Read the full post »

ELP Colloquium: Water Quality Issues in Hawaii- Thursday, September 12th

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Please join the Environmental Law Program and the Summer 2013 Jarman Fellow Rosie Brady in hosting a panel discussion on water quality issues affecting Hawaii. The panel will feature Gary Gill, the Deputy Director of the Department of Health, and Stuart Coleman, the Hawaii Regional Coordinator for the Surfrider Foundation, to discuss water quality. Lunch will be provided! The panel is in the moot courtroom from 12:30-1:30pm on Thursday September 12th.
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Update from D.C.: 2013 Alum Mele Coleman Working as a Sea Grant Knauss Marine Policy Fellow with NOAA

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Aloha from D.C.! I just wanted to update my Richardson ʻohana on how my fellowship is going. First, for those of you who don’t know me, I moved to D.C. after J-term to start working as a Sea Grant Knauss Marine Policy Fellow in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Office of Program Planning and Integration (PPI) as a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Specialist. While most of the 2013 class of Knauss fellows work at NOAA, some work at other federal agencies or for Congress.
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