Environmental Law Program

Jarman Fellowship Colloquia: Environmental Justice in Wai`anae

On April 6, 2010 second year law student and 2009 Jarman fellow, Stewart Yerton and distinguished ELP alumnus Marti Townsend hosted a panel discussion on Environmental Jusitce in Waiʻanae.  The panel included Alice Greenwood, community activist, Walterbea Aldeguer,  life-long Wai‘anae Coast resident, and Kamuela Enos, Education Resource Specialist at Maʻo Farms.  Read the full post »

ELP Colloquium: DBEDT Energy Planning & Policy Branch

On February 23, 2010, the Environmental Law Program hosted a colloquium featuring the Energy Planning and Policy Branch of the Strategic Industries Division at the State of Hawai‘i Department of Business, Economic Development, and Tourism (DBEDT). Read the full post »

ELP Publishes Richelle Thomson’s Paper on State Conservation Tax Credits

ELP has published a paper by alumna Richelle Thomson (Class of 2007) on state conservation tax credits as part of its “He Mau Mo‘olelo Kanawai o ka ‘Aina” (Stories of the Law of the Land) series of excellent student scholarship.  To read the paper, click here.  Richelle’s paper surveys twelve states’ efforts to encourage private land conservation through income tax credits for donations of property interests.  Read the full post »

Mālama Ahupua‘a Law Fellow Selected for Summer 2010

The Hawaii Community Stewardship Network (HCSN) and the William S. Richardson School of Law, Environmental Law Program are pleased to announce that Ha‘aheo Kaho‘ohalahala (Class of 2011) has been selected as the Mālama Ahupua‘a Law Fellow, for Summer 2010.  Read the full post »

ELS Director Travels to the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference

Environmental Law Society Director, Charlie Taylor, had the opportunity to attend the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference (PIELC) at the University of Oregon School of Law from February 25-28, 2010 in Eugene, Oregon, thanks to an ELP Travel Grant.  The PIELC is an annual gathering Read the full post »

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