Environmental Law Program

Hawai`i Conservation Alliance Conference 2017

On July 18-20, 2017 faculty and alumni from the William S. Richardson School of Law participated in the 24th Annual Hawai`i Conservation Alliance Conference. Bringing together scientists, policymakers, educators, students, and community members, the conference theme was He Waʻa, He Moku – Mālama Honua: Caring for Our Island Earth. He Wa`a, He Moku – the canoe is an island, and the island is a canoe – imparted the necessity of treating bio-cultural resources as carefully as one would the limited resources in a voyaging canoe. Read the full post »

A Hawaiʻi Environmental Court Workshop with Judge Larry Potter

On Tuesday, April 25, the William S. Richardson School of Law Environmental Law Program, in cooperation with Keep the Hawaiian Islands Beautiful, conducted a workshop on the Hawai’i Environmental Court, with a special focus on O’ahu Litter, Illegal Dumping, and Community Environmental Enforcement.  Our special guest speaker was Judge Larry Potter of the Shelby County Tennessee Environmental Court, who continues to be the longest serving Environmental Jurist in the country. Read the full post »

Environmental & Social Benefits of Bicycling

On Wednesday, April 12, 2017, ELP hosted a panel discussion about the new and exciting improvements in Hawaiʻi’s bicycling infrastructure and community.   Read the full post »

ELP Hosts Net@Work Open House

On April 5, 2017, ELP hosted current law students for a Net@Work Open House, an informal talk-story session with ELP Director David Forman and current ELP RA.   Read the full post »

ELP Welcomes Two New Research Associates and Bids Farewell to our Graduating Research Associates

The Environmental Law Program is thrilled to welcome Miranda Steed and U‘ilani Tanigawa, who will join us as our two newest research associates. Read the full post »

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