Environmental Law Program

Congratulations to our International Environmental Law Moot Court Team for placing 2nd in the Int’l Finals!

On March 20, 2011, our very own International Environmental Law Moot Court Team, consisting of team members (pictured L-R) Eryn Reyes ’12, Laura Chen Allen ’11, and Doug Raphael ’12 placed second at the 15th Annual Stetson International Environmental Moot Court Finals in Baltimore, Maryland! Read the full post »

ELP Students Attend Renewable Energy Seminar

On January 12, 2011, ELP Students, Michael Howell ’12, Amy Brinker ’11, Jonne Sheng ’12, (pictured L-R), and Edward ‘Mickey’ Knox ’12 (not pictured) attended a seminar on ‘Financing, Developing, and Permitting Renewable Energy Projects in Hawai’i.’ The seminar looked at the financial, legal, and technical issues that renewable energy developers face, including project financing, Federal and State incentives, tax issues, utility perspectives, and permits and environmental review. Read the full post »

ELP faculty, alumni, students, and friends return to Hakalau

Each year Professor Denise Antolini takes students from her Environmental Law Class to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Refuge at Hakalau on Hawai‘i Island.  A small group of ELP faculty, alumni, and students enjoyed their first experience at Hakalau so much they got together for a return trip in February 2011.  Read the full post »

Congratulations to our National Environmental Law Moot Court Team!

Our very own National Environmental Law Moot Court Team, Chad Kumagai ’11, Elena Bryant ’11, and Danny Patel ’11 (pictured seated L to R, with coach Professor David Forman ’93 standing), reached the Quarterfinals at Pace Law School in White Plains, New York on February 26, 2011. The competition is recognized as the preeminent environmental law moot court event in the United States and attracts teams from across the United States and Canada. Read the full post »

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 »


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