Environmental Law Program

ELP Colloquiuim: Bruce Rich on a Global Economy Requires a Global Ethic

On February 22, 2011, Bruce Rich, international environmental attorney and renowned author, spoke about his work on a global ethic founded in the philosophies of ancient India. (Pictured L to R: Brent Kakesako ’12, Bruce Rich, Chris Odoca ’12, and Ha’aheo Kaho’ohalahala ’11) Read the full post »

Drew Porter to Host Second Annual Jarman Fellowship Lecture

On Thursday, March 3, 2011, join Andrew “Drew” Porter (2L) as he hosts the Second Annual Jarman Fellowship Lecture titled Conservation in a Changing Climate: The Biocultural Impacts of Climate Change on Coastal Habitats, Species, and Cultural Uses in Classroom 3 at the Law School from 5:30 – 6:45 pm. The lecture features Deanna Spooner, Coordinator of the Pacific Islands Climate Change Cooperative. Read the full post »

Virginia Tice ’09 Speaks in Iraq on Environmental Law

Virginia Tice (’09 Environmental Law Certificate Recipient), a lawyer for Nature Iraq, spoke at a recent conference in Iraq on environmental law. Read the full post »

International Environmental Law Moot Court Team Advances to the Finals

(L-R): Prof. David Forman '93, Laura Chen Allen '11, Eryn Reyes '12, Doug Raphael '12

On January 28-29, 2011, the International Environmental Law Moot Court Team, which consists of team members Laura Chen Allen ’11, Eryn Reyes ’12, and Doug Raphael ’12, traveled to the University of Denver for the Stenson International Environmental Law Moot Court Competition. The team came away as the runner-up thereby earning a spot in the finals on March 17-20 at the University of Maryland. Read the full post »

Congratulations 2011 Elizabeth Sharpe Fish and Wildlife Law Fellows!

The Fish and Wild Life Service selected Environmental Law Certificate candidates Kaleo Nacapoy (2L) and Joanne Sheng (2L) to be this year’s Elizabeth Sharpe Fish and Wildlife Law Fellows. Read the full post »


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