The Aftermath Of The U.S. Department Of Interior Proposals: ClarificationSeptember 2, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Mānoa Campus, William S. Richardson School of Law Classroom 2
A symposium aimed at clarifying issues raised at hearings held this summer in Hawaiʻi, by the U.S. Department of Interior regarding Native Hawaiian self-determination, will be presented by The William S. Richardson School of Law student chapter of the American Constitution Society on September 2, 2014 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
The symposium will feature three speakers, and an opportunity for audience questions and discussion. Prof. Williamson B.C. Chang is a law professor at William S. Richardson School of Law who has taught many subjects including, Native Hawaiian Rights, Indigenous People’s Law, Legal Aspects of Water Resources in Hawaiʻi, Jurisprudence, and Conflict of Laws. Prof. Chang served as the former Deputy Attorney General, and helped to found the Native Hawaiian Advisory Commission, and served as its Litigation Director. Dr. Keanu Sai is an expert on Hawaiian constitutional law, United States constitutional law, state sovereignty, and international laws of occupation. Dr. Willy Kauai is an expert on nationality and citizenship.
The event will be held in Classroom 2, at the William S. Richardson School of Law and is open to the public. Refreshments will be provided!
WSRSL American Constitution Society, Mānoa Campus
Nicole O'Kief, (808) 343-8323, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, September 2
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The Aftermath Of The U.S. Department Of Interior Proposals: ClarificationMānoa Campus, William S. Richardson School of Law Classroom 2