Author Archive: Beverly Creamer
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.
UH Mānoa’s new law school building will enable student clinics to serve a wider range of at-risk populations.
UH law graduates are carrying the least amount of law school debt among 183 ranked U.S. law schools according to U.S. News.
UH Mānoa’s Andrea Freeman identifies the flaws in and proposes amendments to laws designed to address racial discrimination in credit.
UH Mānoa’s Maxine Burkett will join international scholars at the Woodrow Wilson Center to discuss climate change and public policy.
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.