Author Archive: Beverly Creamer
Professor Mark A. Levin, a Japanese law specialist, has been with the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa William S. Richardson Law School since 1997.
A team of current women law students faces off against women law graduates for a hard-fought flag football game as a 38 year old tradition.
U.S. News and World Report recognized the UH law school as one of the 10 best law schools in the country in terms of starting salaries that exceed the debt that law graduates carry.
Henry E. Smith, an authority on intellectual property and patent law, presents the 2016 Distinguished Gifford Lecture in Real Property.
The William S. School of Law and the Jindal Global Law School evaluate approaches to justice to consider changes to the Hawaiʻi and India juvenile justice system.
The Elder Law Program hosts a free workshop focusing on decision making about end of life medical treatment and advance care planning.
The law school rates a “best” for 2017 and receives a high rank in several categories.
The new Clinical Building will provide space for advocacy training as well as pro bono community outreach for at-risk populations.
Seven motions prepared by UH Mānoa law students in partnership with environmental groups and agencies, have been adopted as World Conservation Congress resolutions.
The William S. Richardson School of Law is taking a leading role as the International Union for the Conservation of Nature opens its International Congress at the Hawaiʻi Convention Center.