Environmental Law Program

ELP Colloquium: Visiting Professor Jae-Hyup Lee on Reforestation Efforts in Northeast Asia

Visiting Professor Jae-Hyup Lee, from Seoul National University Law School in Korea, spoke to a packed room of faculty, students, and alumni on January 20 at a joint colloquia presented by the Environmental Law Program and the Pacific-Asian Legal Studies Program. Professor Lee focused on the private and governmental efforts in Northeast Asia, and Mongolia in particular, to collaborate on joint reforestation projects as part of the global effort to combat climate change. Read the full post »

ELP welcomes baby E.J.

There’s a new branch on the ELP family tree!   Read the full post »

Professor Jon Van Dyke Stays Busy on Sabbatical

Professor Jon Van Dyke has been on sabbatical this academic year, and during the fall he traveled extensively, attending conferences and working on a range of international and environmental issues. Read the full post »

Professor Callies Releases the Second Edition of Regulating Paradise

Benjamin A. Kudo Professor of Law and ELP Faculty Member David Callies recently released the second edition of his Regulating Paradise. Professor Callies’s work guides readers through the many layers of laws and regulations that govern the land use process in Hawai’i, which is considered the most intensely regulated in the United States. Read the full post »

Students and Practitioners Mingle at the Annual Enviromentors Event

On November 19, 2010, students from the Advanced Environmental Law class practiced semester long lessons on professionalism as they networked with over twenty practicing lawyers in the community. The Enviromentors event was the culmination of a semester’s learning where the students discussed various topics including interviewing skills, proper dress, basic etiquette and socializing do’s and don’t’s in a professional setting. Read the full post »


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