Environmental Law Program

ELP Welcomes New Associate Professor Shalanda H. Baker

The Environmental Law Program is pleased to announce the addition of Associate Professor Shalanda H. Baker. Read the full post »

ELP Co-sponsors Trans-Pacific Partnership Presentation

IMG_2059The Environmental Law Program, in collaboration with Pacific-Asian Legal Studies and the U.H. Mānoa Political Science Department, co-sponsored a presentation at the law school regarding the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Read the full post »

ELP Co-sponsors First Hawaiʻi Marine Resources Enforcement Conference

fb400b_a2e76d2248364d49be26996f61e602f0A two-day environmental conference aimed at strengthening Hawaii’s capacity to enforce laws that protect near-shore ocean resources opened July 18, 2014, at the University of Hawaii William S. Richardson Law School. Read the full post »

Tuna, Eels, Sharks, and Whales: Wildlife Conservation Laws versus Japanese Food Culture

Daryl ArakakiOn August 18th, 2014 we were delighted welcome Professor Daryl Arakaki, graduate of William S. Richardson School of Law and Professor at Osaka Gaukin University, Japan. Professor Arakaki’s current research interests focus on ecotourism, zoo tourism, and the plight of endangered animal species. Read the full post »

Shaelene Kamakaʻala ’14 Takes Legal Internship at The Nature Conservancy

ELP Grp2014 - Version 3 Beginning on August 25th, Shaelene “Shae” Kamakaʻala ’14 will begin as Legal Intern at The Nature Conservancy. Shae will work with TNC through the beginning of November, assisting the Marine and External Affairs programs with assembling written records of community-based marine management activities for some of the coastal communities TNC has been working with on Hawaiʻi Island and Maui Nui. Read the full post »

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