ʻOhia

‘Ohia: A Periodic Publication of Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law

These articles, written by Ka Huli Ao’s Post-Juris Doctor Research Fellows, advance cutting-edge research in Native Hawaiian law; foster understanding of Native Hawaiian history, culture, and social context; facilitate law teaching and learning; and support on-the-ground Native Hawaiian  justice issues.

Ka Huli Ao’s Post-J.D. Research Fellowship Program allows recent law graduates to produce cutting-edge research and scholarship that advances Native Hawaiian  law.

The fellowships and articles were made possible with funding from the Kamehameha Schools.

‘Ohia Publications

The Commerce of Recognition (Buy One Ethos, Get One Free): Toward Curing the Harm of the United States’ International Wrongful Acts in the Hawaiian Islands
Julian Aguon


Where Blood Runs with the Land: Partition Actions and the Loss of Native Hawaiian Ancestral Land
Stephanie Chen


Ho‘oulu Lāhui: Land, Economic Development, and Nation Rebuilding In Hawai‘i
Nāpali Souza


He Wa‘a Hou: An Alter-Native Court For Hawai‘i
Ka‘ano‘i Walk


Government ‘Of The People, By The People, For The People’: Cultural Sovereignty, Civil Rights, and Good Native Hawaiian Governance
Breann Swann Nu‘uhiwa