September 12, 1997

WSRSL

LAW SCHOOL
CALENDAR
OF EVENTS

Sept. 8-Oct. 8, M-W On-Campus Interviews, Sign-Up Required at the Front Desk.
September 16, T Law School Assembly Discuss C-Curve, 12:45 p.m., CR2
September 17, W Faculty Cnlloquium, Professor Roth will be speaking on "Reflections on a
Winter Well-Spent," 12:35 p.m., Faculty Lounge
Drug Policy Forum of Hawai'i presents A Public Forum & Panel Discussion
on Justice & The Drug Laws: Views from the Bench, 7:30 p.m. to
9:30 p.m., CR3 *For more information call #956-2900 (Free and Open to the
Public).
September 18, R SBA Meeting, 12:40 p.m., Student Organization Room
September 19, F JESSUP MTCT Try-Out Cnmpetition, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., MTCT
*For more information call Lane Boyarski at #839-2431
Brown Bag with Professor Gebbia Pinetti, 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., Cnurtyard
September 22, M Brown Bag with Professor Beb, 12:35 p.m., CR5
September 2S, R Brown Bag with Dean Foster and Associate Dean Lee, 'Pacific! Asian
Externships" and Other Topics Will Be Cnvered, 12:35 p.m., CR5
September 26, F Environmental Litigation Seminar, Chris Sproul - Deputy A.G. will be
speaking on "State and Federal Enforcement of Environmental Laws,"
11 :45 p.m. to 1:20 p.m., CR5
September 30, T Brown Bag with Professor Pang, 12:35 p.m., CR5
" Careers with the Drug Enforcement Administration" Information Session,
12:35 p.m., CR4
October 3, F Environmental Litigation Seminar, Dan Davidson from Land Use Research
Foundation and Jim Mee from Pacific Legal Foundation will be speaking on
"Defendants' Strategies and Environmental Policy," 11 :45 p.m. to 1:20 p.m. ,
CR5
October 6, M "First Monday" sponsored by APIL et aI., 12:00 p.m., Place TBA
(Everyone Invited).
October 8, W Public Interest Career Fair, 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Cnurtyard and Seminar
Rooms (Everyone Invited).
October 9, R American Trial Lawyers Association, Topic & Guest Speakers TBA,
12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m., CR5 *For more information call Lane Boyarski
at #839-2431

 

 

 

William S. Richarason School of Law
Good News Report
NO. 97·2
ADMINISTRAnON
DEAN LA WHENCE FOSTER will appear on the
cable t. v. show "You and the Law in Hawar;. "
broadcast live this Friday, September 72
between 6:30 and 8:00 p.m. on channel 55
127 in Hawai"i KaiJ. It will rebroadcast on
Sunday, September 20 lit 7:00 p.m.
ALUMNI
JIM STONE {77J, EILEEN BROMS and the golf
committee put together a full field of golfers at
the 77th Annual University of Hawai"i LBw
Benefit Golf Tournament last Friday lit Ala Wai
Golf Course. Among the golfers was our own
DEAN FOSTER. As usual, everyone walked
away with a great prize and had a great time.
FACULTY
HAZEL BEH's article on the Government
Contract Defense will be published in the Seton
Hall Law Review.
DA VID CAlliES has lin IITticie entitled
"Compulsory Takings lind the Federal
Relocation Assistance lind Real Property
Acquisition Policies Act" in the just published
Japanese book, The Theory and Practice of
Compensatory Damages, edited by TSUYOSHI
KOTAKA. PROFESSOR KOTAKA will be a
visiting professor here next semester.
ALISON CONNER is scheduled to be a panelist
lit the 7998 AALS Annual Meeting in San
Francisco lit 8 joint program of sections on
Graduate Programs for Foreign Lawyers and
International Law. The topic is Hong Kong's
Transition lind will be presented on Friday,
January 9 lit 3:30. ALISON will conduct II
seminar on "Legal Education and Profession in
the Republican Period" on November 79, as
part of the Fall 7997 Center for Chinese
Studies Research Seminars on China. The
seminar will be held at Moore Hall 319
between 72:00 and 7:30 p.m.
MARK LEVIN has secured II donation of 8
Power Macintosh B700180vc with 77" multi
scan monitor to the law school from
APPLEJAPAN, Inc. This Japanese language
computer will be located in the law library.September 12, 1997
CAL VIN PANG's articla entitled "Slow-Baked,
Flash-Fried, Not to be Davourad: Development
of tha Partnership Model of PropBrly Division in
Hawai"i and Beyond" is schedulad for
publication in this fall's edition of the University
of Hawai"i Law Reviaw.
DA VID CAlliES, RANDAU ROTH, JUDY
WEIGHTMAN Bnd ERIC YAMAMOTO all appear
in tha "Ninety Fabulous Faculty" flyer, just
published by the Univarsity of Hawai"i as part
of tha univarsity's celabration of its 90th yaar.
STUDENTS
JODY KAULUKUKUI (3LJ and STEVEN U (3LJ
were married on August 37. KANOA OSTREM
(3LJ served as best man.
VlsrrORS
We welcomed several visitors this waak. Six
professors from Hiroshima Univarsity's Faculty
of Law have come here to continua their
research and study of our judicial system.
Professors KA TSUNOR/ KAt, HARUHIKO
KATAGI, TOMOKO OKAMOTO, DAIZO
EGASHIRA. TAMAO SUZUKI and KOJI
KONTANI hava been meeting with several
members of our faculty and others including
Public Dafender Richard Pollack, Professor Jim
Pietsch, Judge Michael Town, Judge Sabrina
McKenna, HSBA President Alan Van Etten,
HSBA Executive Director Coralie Matayoshi and
attorney Bill Ornellas.
PROFESSOR YOSHIAKI NAKAMURA from
Nihon University is also visiting the law school
this week. PROFESSOR NAKAMURA was 8
visitor hara in 7989-90 and has returned briefly
to do research on state and local taxation.
o For inclusion in upcoming raports, contact
tha Associate Dean's Office.
tel: 956-8636 fax: 956-6402
email: caroll@hawaii.edu
mail: 2515 Dole St., Honolulu, HI
96822