Mānoa’s William S. Richardson School of Law was ranked high nationally among the country’s law schools in two important realms.
Four Mānoa faculty members—Steve Businger, Alison Conner, Charles Fletcher and Wendell Kekailoa Perry—have each been presented with a 2011 UH Mānoa Chancellor’s Citation for Meritorious Teaching.
Mānoa William S. Richardson School of Law’s Lambda Law Student Association was selected as this year’s Honolulu Pride Parade Youth Grand Marshal.
The William S. Richardson School of Law and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs will produce legal primers on issues of significance to Native Hawaiians.
The university celebrates spring 2011 commencement.
Mānoa’s Elder Law Program published Deciding ‘What’s Next?–A Legal Handbook for Hawaiʻi’s Older Persons, Families, and Caregivers
Mānoa’s School of Medicine, Shidler College of Business, College of Engineering and School of Law were ranked in the U.S. News and World Report annual list of best graduate schools.
Kapiʻolani’s Rosiana (Nani) Azman and Tanya Renner recently win best paper award and Mānoa’s Danielle Conway is the recipient of the Michael J. Marks Distinguished Professorship in Business Law.
The Michael J. Marks Distinguished Professorship in Business Law at the William S. Richardson School of Law is established.
Benjamin A. Kudo Professor David L. Callies publishes the second edition of Regulating Paradise: Land Use Controls in Hawaiʻi.keep looking »