Environmental Law Program

ELP Colloquium: Jenny Grote Stoutenburg on Threatened Island States

On September 1, 2011, Jenny Grote Stoutenburg, international environmental law scholar and Ph.D candidate at the University of Hamburg in Germany, presented her research entitled “Threatened Island States: The Impact of Sea Level Rise on Maritime Entitlements and State Continuity” for the year’s first Colloquium of the Environmental Law Program (“ELP”). Read the full post »

Elizabeth Sharpe Fellowship Recipient Kaleo Nacapoy ’12 Lights Up The Future!

Kaleo Nacapoy ’12, this summer’s Elizabeth Sharpe Fish and Wildlife Law Fellowship recipient worked at the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services of Honolulu Branch. Read the full post »

ELP Holds Information Sessions

It’s official.  School is back in full swing . . . and so is the Environmental Law Program! Read the full post »

ELP Grant takes Lena Mobin ’12 to the International Union for Conservation of Nature in Germany

This summer, Lena Mobin ’12, worked at the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)’s Environmental Law Center (ELC) in Bonn, Germany. Read the full post »

Former ELP Director Denise Antolini now Associate Dean & David Forman ’93 appointed as ELP Interim Director!

ELP’s very own Denise Antolini started this school year off busier than ever in her new position as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. David Forman, WSRSL Class of 1993 and one of the first certificate graduates of the Environmental Law Program, has been appointed to the position of Interim Director of the Environmental Law Program. Read the full post »


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