September 5, 1997




September 6, Sa Faculty, UHELP & H1CLE Welcome Back to School Get-Together,
6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Carol Mon Lee's House
September 8, M Tuition Payment Deadline, 4:00 p.m., Cashier's Office
Last Day for Students Graduating Fall 1997 to File Diploma Applications
Sept. 8-Oct. 8, M-W On-Campus Interviews, Sign-Up Required at the Front Desk.
September 9, T Brown Bag with Professor Jarman, 12:35 p.m., CRS
September 10, W Faculty Colloquium, Welcoming Visiting Professors from Hiroshima
University and Nihon University, 12:35 p.m., Faculty Lounge
September 12, F Delta Casino Night, 7:00 p.m. to 11 :00 p.m. , Student Lounge
September 16, T Law School Assembly Discuss C-Curve, 12:45 p.m., CR2
September 17, W Faculty Colloquium, Professor Roth will be speaking on "Reflections on a
Winter Well-Spent," 12:35 p.m., Faculty Lounge
September 18, R SBA Meeting, 12:40 p.m., Student Organization Room
September 19, F  Brown Bag with Professor Gebbia Pineui, 12:35 p.m., CR4
Faculty Meeting, 3:00 p.m., Faculty Lounge
lL Party (pajama Party Theme), 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., Courtyard
September 22, M Brown Bag with Professor Beb, 12:35 p.m., CRS
September 25, R Brown Bag with Associate Dean Lee, 12:35 p.m., CRS
September 30, T Brown Bag with Professor Pang, 12:35 p.m., CRS
October 8, W "First Monday" Public Interest Career Fair, 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.,
Courtyard and Seminar Rooms (Everyone Invited).
October 10, F Faculty Colloquium, Professor Christenson's Topic TBA, 12:35 p.m.,
Faculty Lounge
October 17, F Faculty Meeting, 3:00 p.m., Faculty Lounge
October 24, F Last Day for Restricted Withdrawal from Classes
November 3, M Last Day for Instructors to Submit "J" Removal Grades to Records Office
Faculty Colloquium, Professor Gebbia Pineui will be speaking on (AALS
Experience), 12:35 p.m. , Faculty Lounge


William S. Richaruson School of Law NO. 97.1
Good News Report
Welcome to our first "Good News
Report" for this academic year! The style and
form of the Report may change over time, but
the objective will always be the same: regularly
sharing good news about our law school
community. The Report is not intended to
substitute for other forms of announcements
but instead to provide a snapshot of our
activities and achievements.
Dist:IairntN: Reports are based entirely on the
reliability and accuracy of our sources! For law
review articles, we will identify the journal
which will publish the piece rather than every
journal that has accepted it for publication.
John Bar/cai chaired the Planning Committee for
the 1997 AALS Workshop on Clinical Education
held in Dallas over the summer.
Hazel &h has an article on "MUNICIPAL
PROCEDURES" that will be published in the
Fordham Urban Law Journal. She also has
another article on "DIFFERING SITE
CONTRACT" to appear in the University of
Kansas Law Review.
Ronald Brown's newest book,
LEGAL PROCESS: Law with Chinese
Characteristics, " has just been published.
David Callies was one of four panelists on
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation
Program broadcast on Statehood Day. The
topic of discussion was Hawai'i.
Alison Conner has two chapters in books just
published. "Legal Institutions in Transitional
Hong Kong " appears in The Challenge of Hong
Kong ' s Reintegration with China.
"Confucianism and Due Process" will appear in
a Columbia University Press volume.
Karen Gebbia Pinetti was a presenter in an
AALS workshop on teaching methods for New
Law Teachers over the summer. Karen 's article"Statutory Interpretation, Democratic
Legitimacy and Legal System Values, " has
been published in the Seton Hall Journal of
Legislation, Vol. 21.
Ginny Hench's review of "Judge Without Jury·
has been republished on the American Society
of Legal History's webpage at: h-net.msu.
edu/reviews/ shewrev. cgi?path = 2741486896
Mark LfIIIin's article on the tobacco industry
and Japanese Law, "Smoke Around the Rising
Sun,· was recently published in the Stanford
Law and Policy Review, Vol. 8, pg. 99.
Jon Van Dyke's newest book, "Sharing the
Resources of the South China Sea, " has just
been published.
Eric Yamamoto is part of two consortia that
received prestigious grant awards from the
Congressional Civil Liberties Education Fund
(created by the act that authorized reparations
for Japanese Americans interred by the U. S.
during WWI/). He was also mentioned in an
article in the Summer 1997 Harvard Law
Bulletin in a report on a conference last April at
Harvard on "Collective Violence and Memory:
Judgement, Reconciliation, Education. "
Judy Weightman recently received the 1997
ABA Law Student Division Diversity Award.
Raine Maauda gave birth to a healthy 6 lb. 7
oz. baby girl on August 23, 1997 named
If you missed Convocation, the entire program
is posted on the Associate Dean's bulletin
board. Congratulations to all!
o For inclusion in upcoming reports, con tact
the Associate Dean's Office.
tel: 956-8636 fax: 956-6402
email: carol/
mail: 2515 Dole St., Honolulu, HI