Author Archive: Beverly Creamer
UH Mānoa offers a doctor of laws degree for students aiming to work outside the U.S. and international students to study in Hawaiʻi.
Governor David Ige signs a bill to help protect fisheries.
The UH Manoa law school public symposium addresses climate and environmental issues in India and Hawaii.
After 34 years, the William S. Richardson School of Law undergoes renovations.
The William S. Richardson School of Law hosts 15 high school students for a legal education experience.
Shalanda H. Baker selected to receive a Fulbright award to research the intersections of energy reform, climate change and indigenous rights issues in Mexico.
William S. Richardson School of Law Jurist-in-Residence Justice Antonio Benjamin speaks on the importance of environmental law in protecting fragile ecosystems.
$2,400 grant to help high school students experience law and legal education up close at UH Mānoa’s William S. Richardson School of Law.
Justice Antonio Herman Benjamin will be in Hawaiʻi as the international jurist-in-residence at UH Mānoa’s William S. Richardson School of Law.