Author Archive: Beverly Creamer
Broder’s work over more than three decades has epitomized the ideals of the legal profession and of solo and small-firm practitioners.
UH Mānoa Professor David L. Callies recognized by the Owner’s Counsel of America for lifetime scholarship.
The William S. Richardson School of Law sponsors Planning for the Future: Including the New 2014 Hawaiʻi Uniform Power of Attorney Act on February 10.
UH Mānoa’s law school to hold free public forum on veterans services and benefits
UH Mānoa’s Richardson School of Law holds a day-long symposium on racial bias in law and education.
The William S. Richardson School of Law was named to the Top 10 List of Law Schools with pro bono requirements by Super Lawyers.
The Elder Law Program at the William S. Richardson School of Law has updated its indispensable guide to aging.
Denise Antolini, William S. Richardson School of Law associate dean for academic affairs, was nominated to Commission on Water Resource Management.
Gregory S. Alexander presents “Five Easy Pieces: Recurrent Themes in American Property Law” at the UH law school on November 5.
The School of Law at UH Mānoa is at the top of The Princeton Review’s annual rankings.