Environmental Law Program

Ka Huli Ao launches Native Hawaiian Law: A Treatise with contributions from ELP Faculty and Graduates

Screen Shot 2016-01-18 at 12.38.35 PMIn October of 2015, law school faculty editors and professors Melody Kapilialoha MacKenzie ‘76, Susan K. Serrano ‘98, and D. Kapuaʻala Sproat ‘98 launched the roughly 1,400-page Native Hawaiian Law: A Treatise. Read the full post »

ELP alumni Linda Paul provides editorial “City Seeks end run around court’s Kyo-Ya ruling” for the Honolulu Star Advertiser

Linda PaulLinda Paul is a 1990 graduate of the William S. Richardson School of Law and founder of the Law School’s Environmental Law Society.  She specializes in environmental and land use law, is director of the Ocean Law & Policy Institute of the Pacific Forum-CSIS, and is also president of the Hawaii Audubon Society. Read the full post »

Hawai’i Environmental Court Colloquium

hawaii-judge-michael-d-wilson*750xx597-796-2-0On Friday, November 6, 2015, the Environmental Law Program (ELP) hosted a Colloquium at the William S. Richardson School of Law to provide updates on the progress of the new Hawai‘i Environmental Court. Read the full post »

Associate Professor Kapua Sproat named a 2015 “Emerging Scholar” by the IUCN

kapua-sproat-800Associate Professor for the Environmental Law Program and Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law, Kapua Sproat, was named a 2015 Environmental Law Education Award “Emerging Scholar” by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s (“IUCN’s”) Academy of Environmental Law.   Read the full post »

Raven Sevilleja (’16) Attends 2015 PIELC in Oregon

PIELC - RavenIn March 2015, the ELP sponsored Richardson Law student, Raven Sevilleja (’16), to travel to the University of Oregon School of Law for the 2015 Public Interest Environmental Law Conference (PIELC). Read the full post »


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