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Law School to hold admissions information session on December 21

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Cynthia D Quinn, (808) 956-6545
Director of Communications & External Relations, William S Richardson School of Law
Posted: Nov 29, 2010

UH Mānoa's William S. Richardson School of Law will host an informal information session on Tuesday, December 21. This is a great opportunity to meet the Law School's faculty, staff, and current students and to learn more about the Environmental Law, Pacific-Asian Legal Studies, and Native Hawaiian Law programs.
Date: Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Place: William S. Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawai'i, Classroom 2
2515 Dole Street, Honolulu, HI 96825
RSVP before December 18:
Parking: Available in the Lower Campus Parking Structure for $5.00
Why UH Mānoa Law School?
  • Outstanding Faculty
  • Close-Knit, Collegial Community
  • Certificates in Environmental Law, Pacific-Asian Legal Studies, and Native Hawaiian Law
  • Small Class Size
  • Flexibility in Scheduling
  • Practical Learning in Clinics and Skills Courses
  • Close ties to Hawai’i Bench and Bar
  • Moot Court Competitions
  • Study Abroad Opportunities
  • Unmatched Diversity of People, Opinions, and Activities
UH Mānoa's Law School offers an excellent foundation in American law within a remarkably supportive environment. As the only ABA-accredited law school in the Pacific-Asia region, the Law School provides outstanding teaching and first-rate professional training by a very diverse, talented, and unusually accessible faculty.
The Law School is also exceptional for its commitment to public service and diversity, as well as for its extraordinary location. The student body is the most diverse in the nation and the School's curriculum offers the traditional JD degree, as well as certificates in Native Hawaiian Law, Pacific-Asian Legal Studies, and Environmental Law.
Unusual access to the legal and local communities underscores why studying in Hawai‘i is special. Professionals in the legal community -- from sitting judges to attorneys working in government, public interest, and private practice -- actively engage in our educational mission. Members of the Hawai‘i Bar continuously bring practical, real-world legal expertise and a spirit of generosity to students as they serve as mentors, judge appellate advocacy arguments, and teach as lecturers in law.
The Law School also benefits from being an integral part of UH Mānoa. Law students can take advantage of UH Mānoa's distinguished Centers for Native Hawaiian, Korean, Chinese, and Japanese Studies and they often participate in the activities of the renowned East-West Center. Many choose to earn joint degrees in the Shidler College of Business and in other graduate schools on our campus.
A part-time evening program was launched in 2007 to extend access to legal education to the working individual. This session will provide information on both our full-time and part-time programs.
For more information, contact the Office of Admissions at or (808) 956-7966.

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