He Hali’a Aloha No Jon is a tribute to Professor Jon Markham Van Dyke, January 30 - February 1, 2013. Sponsored by the Jon Van Dyke Institute, William S. Richardson School of Law, School of Pacific and Asian Studies, University of Hawai’i at Manoa, East-West Center, and the State of Hawai’i.


We wish to express a sincere mahalo nui loa to our distinguished symposium authors! Submissions from our speakers at our 2013 symposium, He Hal’ia No Aloha Jon (Memories of Aloha for Jon), A Tribute to Professor Jon Markham Van Dyke, will be published in Volume 35, Issue II of the University of Hawaiʻi Law Review.


Following the submission of your article, our Executive Editor of Publications will contact you directly regarding the University of Hawaiʻi Law Review’s publishing guidelines and contracts.

Submit articles to:

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Email subject line:
“JVD Symposium Article”

MS Word docs (please do not send PDFs)



Welcome Reception in honor of Professor Jon M. Van Dyke Hawai’i Supreme Court and Judicial History Exhibit Center Ali’iolani Hale, 417 S. King Street


Martial Law in Hawai’i - Discussion and Tour Opening and Welcome Address

Panel 1
Northeast Asian Seas – Conflicts, Strategies for Peaceful Resolutions and Accomplishments

Break for lunch. Lunch provided, keynote speaker and location TBC.

Panel 2
Climate Change and Sea Level Rise

Panel 3
Updating International Nuclear Law

Dinner Reception - open to all law school students and alumni. Location TBC.


Panel 4
International Environmental Law

Panel 5
Human Rights in Asia

Break for lunch. Lunch provided, keynote speaker and location TBC.

Panel 6
Utilizing Indigenous Tradition and Custom in Decision Making

Panel 7
International Law and the Development of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Closing Reception - Location TBC