Environmental Law Program

ELP Library

libraryLocated in Room 207 on the second floor of the William S. Richardson School of Law, the ELP Library is a small but ever-growing collection of environment-related resources, ranging from textbooks, scholarly and practitioner publications, to magazine and popular reading materials. Subjects include general environmental law, international environmental law, land, air, and water use, as well as Hawai‘i-specific issues. Materials lists are available by Author, Title, or Reference number.

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All resources except HRS statutes and ALS are available for checkout by students or faculty on a 7-day basis. als

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Simply fill in all requested information on the ELP Library sign-out sheet.

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When finished, deposit the book in the return box below the sign-out sheet.
The ELP Library is under the supervision of Nathaniel Noda, Class of 2009 Special thanks to ELP alumna Georgette Yaindl ‘07 for her role in founding the library in 2005.

Please feel free to direct any questions to the current ELP librarian at ELP.library@gmail.com.