All Courses William S. Richardson School of Law

LAW 517. Civil Procedure II. LAW 516 - Civil Procedure I (Required) Full-Time: Annually Spring. Part-Time: Every Other Year Spring. LAW 584. Civil Rights. Full-Time: Varies Varies. Part-Time: Varies Varies. LWJT 536C. Client Counseling Team. Full-Time: Annually Fall or Spring. LWEV 530. Climate Change Law and Policy.

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JD Program William S. Richardson School of Law

(9 days ago) The Law School curriculum is rich and diverse. Classroom experiences include vigorous discussion in traditional Socratic classroom settings, as well as lectures, seminars, informal small group discussions and individually supervised field and library research projects.

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Criminal Law William S. Richardson School of Law

(6 days ago) 11 rows · The heart of the criminal justice course is the study of general principles of American …

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Faculty & Staff Directory William S. Richardson School

(3 days ago) William S. Richardson School of Law – Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law ; Hui ʻĀina Momona ; Hawai'inuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge ; [email protected] Phone (808) 956-3300 . KCHS phone (808) 956-0559 . Gregory Alexander.

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Environmental Law and Ocean Law and Policy William S

(9 days ago) The Law School’s Environmental Law Program is widely recognized for its excellence and the expertise of its faculty, and the specialization in environmental law provides excellent preparation for practicing, teaching, or policy-making in the environmental law field. LLM students who pursue this specialization gain a greater appreciation for

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Legislation & Statutory Interpretation William S

(Just Now) In modern times, legislatures have taken a larger role in creating law through the enactment of statutes, and this has resulted in a relative shrinking of purely judge-made common law. As legislatures increasingly play the role of lawmakers, lawyers and judges become more engaged as interpreters of statutes and administrative regulations.

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Admiralty Law William S. Richardson School of Law

(7 days ago) Law School Description An introduction to United States maritime law and admiralty jurisdiction emphasizing development of rules of maritime law and rights of seamen and maritime workers. Considers maritime liens, charter parties, salvage, collision, general average and limitation of liability, and developments relating to protection of the

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JD Degree Requirements William S. Richardson School of Law

(9 days ago) Second Year Seminar or Law Thesis Torts At least six credits of experiential learning coursework (for students entering before Fall 2016, at least two credits are required)

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Team William S. Richardson School of Law

(1 days ago) William S. Richardson School of Law. Filippa Anzalone, Associate Dean for Library and Computing Services and Professor of Law Boston College Law School Library. Christopher Simoni, Law Library Director and Professor of Law Drexel University College of Law Library. Other consultants involved in the Building Project: Civil Engineers:

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Immigration Law William S. Richardson School of Law

(9 days ago) Law School Description A brief overview of historical development of immigration law; analysis of exclusion and deportation grounds and remedies, as well as the study of the legal immigration system of both immigrant and nonimmigrant visa applications and petitions.

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All Textbooks William S. Richardson School of Law

(6 days ago) THE LAW AND HIGHER EDUCATION CASES & MATERIALS ON COLLEGES IN COURT. Edition: 3rd . Year published: 2006. ISBN: 9781594602245. Publisher: Ca rolina Academic Press. This textbook is required. LAW 520B . Advanced Legal Studies (Genocide, Bureaucracy & War Crimes Trials in …

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Family Law Clinic William S. Richardson School of Law

(1 days ago) This clinic teaches the practical aspects and issues encountered in the practice of family law. Students will apply what is learned by providing direct legal services to family law clients at the Legal Aid Society of Hawai`i. Pre or concurrent: Family Law (LAW 568) or instructor’s consent.

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Elder Law Clinic William S. Richardson School of Law

(Just Now) Law School Description Students in this clinic work under the direction of an elder law specialist in assisting Hawaii’s senior citizens in a variety of legal areas including public entitlements, estate planning, living wills, elder abuse, etc.

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J-Term William S. Richardson School of Law

(Just Now) Law School Description J-Term Spring 2014: This course is designed to teach students the fundamental doctrines of refugee and asylum law—i.e. the way nation-states receive and care for innocent victims of larger man-made or natural disasters that cause millions of people to seek refuge in other states.

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Meet Our Students William S. Richardson School of Law

(4 days ago) Brandon Marc Higa (‘19) is an alumnus of the William S. Richardson School of Law returning to as a student for the Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD) program. Higa served as the Student Regent for the University of Hawaii Board of Regents, president of the Student Bar Association and as the executive editor for The Asian-Pacific Law and Policy

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Advanced JD Program for Foreign Law Graduates William S

(8 days ago) The Advanced Juris Doctor (AJD) degree is a special program that allows graduates of foreign law schools to complete a U.S. Juris Doctor degree in as little as two years. This enables graduates of foreign law programs to save time and money in earning their JD degree. It is particularly useful for those who plan to remain in the U.S. to take a bar examination and work in the legal field.

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First Year Curriculum William S. Richardson School of Law

(1 days ago) LAW 513 Criminal Law (4 credits) LAW 504 Lawyering Fundamentals I (3 credits) LAW 510 Contracts II (2 credits) LAW 518 Real Property I (4 credits) LAW 505 Lawyering Fundamentals II (2 credits) LWLR 501 Legal Research (2 credits) Second Year: LAW 516 Civil Procedure I (3 credits) LAW 522 Torts (4 credits) Elective. LAW 517 Civil Procedure II (3

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Lawyering Fundamentals I William S. Richardson School of Law

(8 days ago) A comprehensive program that teaches students the analytical and presentational skills necessary for excellent legal writing. This course introduces students to legal problem soliving and writing through the types of documents lawyers prepare in practice.

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International Programs William S. Richardson School of Law

(1 days ago) For other foreign law graduates (LLB or GDL/CPE), the Advanced JD offers many advantages. Admission to the AJD program means that you may earn the JD, the main law degree in the U.S., in as little as two years. It provides deeper training in U.S. law and better prepares you for practice issues than one-year programs.

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Civil Rights William S. Richardson School of Law

(6 days ago) Statutory law, including 42 USC 1983, the Equal Pay Act, and various statutes prohibiting discrimination, are emphasized as well as Bivens-type actions, common law causes of action in tort, enforcement by the Justice Department and other government agencies, and criminal prosecution of civil rights violators.

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Charles D. Booth William S. Richardson School of Law

(Just Now) Professor Booth practiced with Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton in New York from 1984 to 1986, taught in the faculty at the Law School from 1986-89, and taught in the Faculty of Law at the University of Hong from 1989 to 2005 where has also served as the Director of the Asian Institute of International Financial Law (AIIFL) from 2000-2005.

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News William S. Richardson School of Law

(1 days ago) UH Law Tops Nation’s Law Schools As the No. 1 for Asian Students in Spring PreLaw Magazine survey And Earns a Grade ‘A’ for International Law. March 15, 2021. Learn about Search and Seizure – and What Can Go Wrong In the justice System - in a Free Mock UH Law School Class.

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Timeline William S. Richardson School of Law

(6 days ago) University of Hawai‘i School of Law Alumni Association founded (Articles of Incorporation of "University of Hawai‘i School of Law Alumni Association" are filed with the State) 1978. First Ete Bowl, the annual flag-football game between female law students and alumnae; 1979. University of Hawaiʻi Law

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Tae-Ung Baik William S. Richardson School of Law

(9 days ago) Teaching Korean Law in the United States, SNU School of Law (7/29/19) International Human Rights Law and Jeju 4.3 – Truth, Justice, Responsibility, and Social Healing, The UN Symposium on Human Rights and Jeju April 3rd, Jeju 4.3 Peace Foundation (6/20/19) Korean Criminal Justice in a Globalizing World, Korean Institute of Criminology (5/31/19)

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How to Apply with the GRE William S. Richardson School

(Just Now) The Law School expects you to furnish requested information in a complete and accurate manner. Failure to disclose an act or event may be more significant and may lead to more serious consequences than the event itself. Failure to provide complete and truthful information, or failure to inform the Admissions Office of any changes to your

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Law, Aging, and Medicine William S. Richardson School of Law

(7 days ago) Law, Aging, and Medicine Law School Description This course provides an introduction to the myriad legal issues which confront the elderly in our society, such as age discrimination, elder abuse, estate planning, entitlement to government benefits, guardianship, alternatives to guardianship and health care decisions, including end-of-life

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Forms William S. Richardson School of Law

(4 days ago) Information Request Form for Law Students (PDF): This form may only be used by current Law students and is required for requesting letters of good standing and enrollment verification. Law students who are applying to other degree programs at UH Mānoa may also use this form to request copies of undergraduate transcripts on file with the Law School to be sent to the other UH degree program.

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LLM Specializations William S. Richardson School of Law

(6 days ago) LLM students who decide to concentrate their study in one of our areas of excellence may earn a separate certificate in addition to their diploma. We now offer specialization certificates in seven major areas: business and commercial law, conflict resolution, criminal law, environmental law, international and comparative law, international human rights law, and ocean law and policy.

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January Term (J-Term) William S. Richardson School of Law

(2 days ago) Our January Term (J-Term) Program, established in 2005, gives law students the bonus of specialized mini-courses taught by some of the world's leading scholars and professors and judges. Mr. Frank Boas, a generous supporter of the Law School, helped to start the Program and the Law School continues to sponsor a Visiting Harvard professor each J-Term in Frank's memory.

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Contact Us William S. Richardson School of Law

(7 days ago) General Information (808) 956-7966 Academic Affairs. (808) 956-6911 Dial 911 for the Honolulu Police Department. During a power outage, please call the UHM Campus Security Dispatch Cell Phone (808) 590-5400 or UHM Campus Security Landline (808) 944-4200.

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External Scholarships William S. Richardson School of Law

(8 days ago) Entering law students are eligible for the $1,000 prize and current law students are eligible for the $1,500 prize. Students must have a 3.5+ GPA and be enrolled or accepted to a law school for the following school year. Deadline: April 1; The Simmons and Fletcher, P.C., Excellence in Ethics Scholarship - $1,000 (first place) or $500 (second

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Business Law Concentration William S. Richardson School

(3 days ago) The William S. Richardson School of Law clustered approach to the study of business law enhances our students’ ability to navigate the curriculum during their second and third years. The School of Law’s program of study in the business core capitalizes on Hawai‘i’s central position linking Asia and the Pacific.

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Admissions FAQs William S. Richardson School of Law

(5 days ago) The Law School may exclude from consideration any application submitted after April 1 or any application that is incomplete on April 1 for Fall 2022 admission. May I interview with a member of the Admissions staff? No. We do not grant admissions interviews. However, we encourage you to visit our law school and sit in on a law school class.

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Objectives & Methods

(Just Now) The Law School is committed to the view that learning is an enterprise in which members of the faculty should function as facilitating participants as well as sources of knowledge. Accordingly, students are expected to develop their own legal skills and abilities and to clarify their values.

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Randle C. DeFalco William S. Richardson School of Law

(Just Now) After completing his doctoral degree, Professor DeFalco was a Banting Fellow at the University of Liverpool Law School in the UK, Rutgers Law School Law Associates Fellow, and a Fellow at Just Security, an online forum for the analysis of national security law and policy based at New York University School of Law.

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Second-Year Seminar William S. Richardson School of Law

(3 days ago) Seminar offerings will be announced early in the fall for the spring semester. Seminar placement is by lottery. Prior topics have included Torts, Environmental Law, Property, Jurisprudence, Antitrust, Intellectual Property, Legal History, Constitutional Law, Japanese Law, Native Hawaiian Rights and U.S. and Asian labor and employment.

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Advanced Torts and Insurance Law William S. Richardson

(6 days ago) Tort law subjects typically include statutes of limitation, business torts, medical malpractice, products liability, apportionment and contribution, and defamation, among others. Insurance law introduces students to basic principles of insurance including insurable interest, moral hazard, indemnity, and adverse selection.

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Hawaiʻi Innocence Project I

(6 days ago) Law School Description This course is an in-depth examination of the principal problems that lead to the conviction of the innocent and leading proposals for measures to …

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Advocates for Public Interest Law (APIL) William S

(3 days ago) Advocates for Public Interest Law is an organization within the Hawai'i legal community whose purpose is to encourage public interest legal work. APIL began with a gift from the 1985 graduating class of the University of Hawai'i's William S. Richardson School of Law.

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Conflict Resolution

(5 days ago) The Law School is one of the most culturally and demographically diverse in the U.S., and we are uniquely positioned to provide training in negotiation and conflict resolution in a multi-ethnic, international setting. We offer conflict resolution courses in both public and private law, in addition to the core courses on negotiation, advanced

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LLM Specialization in International Human Rights William

(2 days ago) The Law School offers a broad range of courses relating to international human rights law, reflecting our faculty’s in-depth human rights expertise. This specialization provides LLM students with a thorough understanding of the relevant international, regional, and domestic human rights norms. In addition to the required course on

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Federal Income Taxation William S. Richardson School of Law

(7 days ago) Law School Description . This course surveys the entire federal income tax system, with emphasis on those areas of greatest importance to lawyers who do not specialize in tax law. Students learn to spot problems and opportunities, and to develop proficiency in the use of the Internal Revenue Code and Treasury Regulations.

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