Environmental Law Program

ELP Students Blog from the 2011 Public Interest Environmental Law Conference

Environmental Law Program (ELP) Certificate Candidates, Miya Tsukazaki, Jo Sheng, and Melissa Uhl, traveled to the University of Oregon School of Law in Eugene, Oregon to attend the 2011 Public Interest Environmental Law Conference (PIELC). Read the full post »

“Bag It” Screening Hosted by ELS

On March 10, 2011, the Environmental Law Society, in conjunction with the Surfrider Foundation UH Mānoa Chapter, was proud to host a free screening of the award-winning film Bag It (www.bagitmovie.com) at the William S. Richardson School of Law to support Surfrider’s Rise Above Plastics Campaign, which seeks to educate people about the prevalence of plastic marine debris. Read the full post »

Congratulations to Sasha Hamada ’13 as this Summer’s DLNR Marine Law Intern!

ELP is pleased to announce that Sasha Hamada ’13 will work this summer at the State Department of Land & Natural Resources as the DLNR Marine Law Intern, under the supervision of Wayne Tanaka ’09, ELP’s post-grad DLNR Marine Law Fellow. Sasha will assist Wayne on projects involving coral reef regulations and natural resources enforcement. Read the full post »

ELP is Proud to Name Bianca Isaki ’13 as our 2011 Jarman Environmental Law Fellow!

ELP is proud to announce the selection of first-year student Bianca Isaki ’13 as the Summer 2011 Jarman Environmental Law Fellow, named in honor of ELP’s founder Professor Casey Jarman (Leigh). Bianca will work this summer at KAHEA: The Hawaiian-Environmental Alliance. Read the full post »

1st Annual ELPNet@Work Event Brings Together 1Ls and Upperclassmen

On April 11, 2011, the Environmental Law Program was proud to hold its first annual ELPNet@Work event, in which the program introduced some of its upperclassmen to 1Ls interested in earning an Environmental Law Certificate and answered a variety of questions. (Pictured: 3L Environmental Law Certificate Candidates) Read the full post »


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