Environmental Law Program

ELP Students attended Conservation Council for Hawai’i’s Annual Dinner

ELP Students Amy Brinker ’11, Lora Reeve ’11, Mele Coleman ’12 and Visiting Scholar Dr. Erika Techera (Macquarrie Law School, Sydney) joined Majorie Ziegler, Executive Director of Conservation Council for Hawai’i, at the organization’s Annual Dinner on October 16, 2010. Read the full post »

The Environmental Law Society Cleans Manoa Stream

The semi-annual ELS Manoa Stream Cleanup was a huge success! ELS is very thankful for all the participants that volunteered their time and energy.  Noah Gibson, recent graduate and glutton for stream cleanup brought his much needed tools to cut through the overgrowth. Lauren Goodmiller was also a huge help in allowing ELP to load up her truck with the trash they collected from the stream. Read the full post »

Alumnus David Forman Joins ELP as Faculty Specialist

In August, the Law School welcomed David Forman ’93 as the new Assistant Faculty Specialist for ELP, the Health Law Policy Program, and the Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law. David will be assisting Professors Antolini, Beh, and MacKenzie in strengthening these key programs as well as in developing new fundraising and cross-programming opportunities. One of the first Certificate graduates of the Environmental Law Program, David was also a member of the 1991 award-winning Environmental Law Moot Court Team (with alumni Ian Sandison and Lea Hong), Read the full post »

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 »

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