Next week Thursday, April 17th, at 12:30 pm in the Moot Court Room, the Environmental Law Program will be hosting a colloquia about the field of energy in Hawaiʻi. Energy is an important and cutting edge field, required to meet the ever continuous demands of Hawai‘i’s population. A number of distinguished Richardson alumni have taken their legal expertise into this field to face the issues at hand. Please join the Environmental Law Program was we present five of these alumni, who have graciously donated their time to speak about their experiences working in the field of energy in Hawai‘i. They are Douglas Codiga ’94 (Schlack Ito), Leslie Cole-Brooks ’10 (Hawai‘i Solar Energy Association), Isaac Moriwake ’98 (Earth Justice), Nathan Nelson ’06 (Hawai‘i Gas), and Malama Minn ’09 (Department of Land and Natural Resources). We hope their experiences may inspire and guide us into successful careers in environmental law.
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