Environmental Law Program

ELP Assists Adam Roversi ’12 in Attending the Wildlife Society Conference

The Environmental Law Program was proud to provide a travel grant to Adam Roversi ’12 to attend the 19th Annual Wildlife Society Conference at Waikoloa on the Big Island. Adam writes… Read the full post »

ELP Colloquium: Matthew Adams Follows-up on the Citizen Suit for Pågat

On Wednesday, April 18, ELP was fortunate to host Matthew Adams, Senior Managing Associate at SNR Denton. His presentation, entitled “Pågat Under Fire:Follow-up on the Citizen Suit Against the U.S. Department of Defense to Save an Ancient Chamorro Village,” addressed the litigation regarding a potential military build-up in Guam. Read the full post »

ELP Colloquium: Professor Fred Bosselman on Hawai’i’s Energy Plan

On Wednesday, February 29, 2012, ELP hosted Professor Fred Bosselman looked at Hawaiʻi’s state energy plan, which seeks to generate 40% of the state’s energy from renewable resources, and asked whether it was akamai or lōlō. Read the full post »

ELP Colloquium: Susan Culliney on the Ecological Role of the ʻAlalā

On January 19, 2012, Susan Culliney kicked off our Spring 2012 semester’s colloquium series with the presentation of her thesis “The role of the critically endangered ʻAlalā (Corvus hawaiiensis) in dispersing seeds of native Hawaiian fruiting plants.” Read the full post »

International Environmental Law Moot Court Team Reached the Quarterfinals!

The Law School’s Environmental Law Moot Court Team: Christilei Hessler ’13, Eryn Reyes Leong ’12, Doug Raphael ’13, and Thomas Villalon ’13 earned the Third Place Memorial (brief) award and advanced to the quarterfinal round during the International Environmental Law Moot Court competition, held at the Stetson University Law School in Gulfport, Florida from March 29-31. Read the full post »


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