Environmental Law Program

ELP Colloquium: Ala Loop Homeowners Association

On October 14, 2010, the Environmental Law Program hosted a captivating panel discussion entitled “Ala Loop Homeowners: Recognizing a Private Right of Action under the Hawai‘i Constitution to Enforce Land Use and Environmental Laws.” ELP’s own Professor David Callies moderated a four-person panel including: Thomas L.H. Yeh (Tsukazaki Yeh & Moore); Charleen M. Aina (Deputy Attorney General); David Kimo Frankel (Native Hawaiian Legal Corp.); and, Lisa Woods Munger (Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel). Read the full post »

Env. Law Students Enjoy Annual Service Trip to Hakalau National Wildlife Refuge

Fifteen students from Prof. Antolini’s Environmental Law Class enjoyed ELP’s annual service trip, with host Jack Jeffrey, to the Hakalau National Wildlife Refuge, at the end of October 2010. Read the full post »

Professor Antolini journals about her trip to Seoul National University Law School

Prof. Antolini & Prof. Jae-Hyup Lee, SNU Law School

My recent trip to Seoul National University Law School (Oct. 26-Nov 1), hosted by WSRSL’s friend Prof. JaeHyup Lee, was really delightful. I gave two lectures (one on how to build successful Environmental Law Programs and another on the Endangered Species Act) and participated in Prof. Lee’s and Prof. Hong-Sik Cho’s conference on climate change (REDD+) with Indonesian and Korean leaders. Read the full post »

ELP Announces the 2010-11 Environmental Moot Court Team

ELP is proud to introduce the two new members who have been selected for ELP’s National Environmental Law Moot Court Team: Danny Patel (’11) and Chad Kumagai (’11). They will join returning team member Elena Bryant (’11) and be supported by Team Assistant Mele Coleman (’12). (Pictured L-R: Danny, Elena, and Chad). Read the full post »

ELP Student Lehua Kauhane ’12 shares her experience at the 2010 Land Trust Alliance Rally

While enrolled in Conservation Transactions I became increasingly curious and excited about the possibilities land trusts can play in environmental protection. I was fortunate that the WSRSL Environmental Law Program encouraged me to explore this area of environmental law by providing me a travel grant to attend the 2010 Land Trust Alliance (LTA) Rally in Hartford, Connecticut on October 2-5, 2010. (Pictured L-R: Laura Ka’auka (WSRL/ELP Alum) of Trust for Public Land, Kevin Chang of OHA, and Lehua (’12)) Read the full post »

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