Environmental Law Program

ELP Part-Time Student Information Session

On September 20, 2010, Professors Antolini, Callies, and Forman met with interested part-time JD students to provide information on the Environmental Law Program (ELP). Read the full post »

ELP Colloquium: Dr. Erika Techera on So. Pac. Marine Protected Areas, Cultural and Community-Based Mgmt.

The Environmental Law Program welcomed special Guest Dr. Erika Techera who journeyed from Australia and gave a presentation on September 27, 2010, about her research on protected areas in the South Pacific and issues involving cultural and community-based management. Dr. Techera’s research centers on “how to legally regulate marine areas to sustainably use marine resources whilst meeting the social and cultural needs of the people” in the South Pacific. Read the full post »

Strong showing by ELP students and alumni at the 2010 Landshark Invitational

ELP students and alumni joined lawyers throughout the community as a part of the 2010 Landshark Invitational on September 25, 2010, at Kewalo Basin. Lea Hong ’91, a proud graduate from our Environmental Law Program and the Hawaiian Islands Director for the Trust for Public Land’s O’ahu Office, spearheaded the event that saw more than 40 lawyers and 26 law students participate in the contest. Read the full post »

ELP Students and Faculty attend the 2nd Annual Green School Symposium

Summer Fergerstrom (’11), Amy Brinker (’11), and Jonathan Ching (’12) joined ELP Director & Professor Denise Antolini at the “2nd Annual Green Schools Symposium” held at Punahou School on September 11, 2010. After a series of great speakers in the morning in the Case Middle School LEED Gold Certified buildings, the group toured the new Omidyar K-1 (LEED Platiunum Certified) buildings. Read the full post »

ELP is proud to release its 2010 Environmental Law Careers Directory

The eighth edition of the 2010 Environmental Law Careers Directory is a rich resource full of environmentally-related job, externship, and pro bono opportunities with a variety of organizations from public interest groups and non-profit organizations to private firms and governmental entities here in Hawai‘i and beyond. There is also a section devoted to further environmentally-related educational opportunities. Read the full post »


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