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-- Wise Older Person

Prepare for the Worst and Expect the Best!

2515 Dole Street
Room 201
Honolulu, Hawaii 96822
Directions to UHELP

Tel. (808) 956-6544

UHELP celebrates its 25th anniversary
and the new Veterans Law Clinic

 

 

Tuesday

February 16, 2016

 

Moot Court Room

William S. Richardson School of Law » more info

 

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UHELP and

Elder Law Clinic

 

Present another Marigold Seminar

 

 "Planning For The Future: Including The New 2014 Hawaii Power Of Attorney Act"

 

 

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

3:00pm

 

At the UH Law School Library

FREE Event

 

 

 

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International Elder Law Conference with a Veterans Focus

 

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UHELP Staff

Professor James Pietsch is the UHELP director/attorney. Early in his career, he served as a regular Army officer in the Medical Service Corps and later in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps. Upon release from active duty he was the staff attorney at the Legal Aid Society of Hawaiʻi (LASH) Elder Law Unit prior to assuming his position at the law school in 1991.  He received national recognition for his work in Elder Law when he was presented with the Paul Lichterman Award. He is the recipient of the Elizabeth and Hung Wo Ching Memorial Award for Faculty Service at the University of Hawaiʻi. He served pro bono as Special Advisor to the Multinational Force-Iraq Law and Order Task Force for which he received the Secretary of the Army Award for Public Service and later as Rule of Law Advisor to the Baghdad Provincial Reconstruction Team where he helped establish legal and clinics in Iraq, including the Kurdistan region.

 

 

Lenora Lee is the program administrator/legal assistant. She is also an Assistant Clinical Professor of Nursing at UH Manoa. Lennie, who is a graduate of the Kapiʻolani Community College Legal Assistant Program, was a paralegal at the Legal Aid Society of Hawaiʻi for over 12 years where she served both in the family law unit and the elder law unit. In addition to her experience as a paralegal Lennie has a teaching certificate in secondary education, a Masters Degree in Political Science from the University of Hawaiʻi, and a Masters of Business Administration from Chaminade University. She also has a PhD in political science from the University of Hawaiʻi.

 
 

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