Environmental Law Program

Presentation at Historic Waialua Courthouse

Screen Shot 2016-03-31 at 10.23.34 AMAssociate Dean Denise Antolini, along with Environmental Law Program Law Fellows John Foster ’15 and David Sakoda ’09, both of whom are working at the State Department of Land & Natural Resources on marine resources and enforcement issues, made a joint presentation to the North Shore Chapter of the Outdoor Circle on the new Hawaii Environmental Court established in July 2015.   Read the full post »

ELP Alumnae Trisha Kehaulani Watson-Sproat: 2014 American Savings Bank Young Community Leader of the Year

Screen Shot 2016-03-31 at 7.45.09 AMELP Alumnae and environmental law certificate recipient Trisha Kehaulani Watson-Sproat, ’03 owns and operates Honua Consulting, which provides consulting services that advocate for the inclusion of cultural practices and practitioners in the management of community and environmental resources in Hawai‘i. Read the full post »

Visiting Professor Richard Lazarus

January term students had the pleasure of learning from visiting Harvard Law School professor and renowned environmental lawyer, Richard Lazarus, during a one-week course titled Environmental Law in the Supreme Court. Read the full post »

ELP Colloquium: Environmental Advocacy at the Legislature

FullSizeRenderOn Thursday February 25, ELP hosted a lunchtime colloquium to discuss environmental advocacy at the legislature from the perspective of the Sierra Club of Hawai‘i, the Surfrider Foundation- Oahu Chapter, and former Honolulu City Council member and founding Assistant Dean of the University of Hawai‘i William S. Richardson School of Law, Leigh-Wai Doo.  Read the full post »

ELP Alumnus Marti Townsend featured in MidWeek

mw-cover-021016-martitownsend-nwcover1ELP alumnus Marti Townsend, Director of the Sierra Club Hawaii Chapter, was recently featured on the front cover of MidWeek.   Read the full post »

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