September 19, 1997



September 19, F  Brown Bag with Professor Gebbia Pinetti, 12:35p.m., CR4

Faculty Meeting, 3:00 p.m., Faculty Lounge
IL Party (pajama Party Theme), 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., Courtyard

  September 22, M Brown Bag with Professor Beh, 12:35 p.m., CRS
September 25, R Brown Bag with Dean Foster and Associate Dean Lee, 'Pacific! Asian
Externships' and Other Topics Will Be Covered, 12:35 p.m., CR5
September 26, F Enviroomental Litigation Seminar, Chris Sproul - Deputy A.G. will be
speaking on 'State and Federal Enforcement of Enviroomental Laws,"
11:45 a.m. to 1:20 p.m., CR5
September 30, T Brown Bag with Professor Pang, 12:35 p.m., CRS
" Careers with the Drug Enforcement Administration" Information Session,
12:35 p.m., CR4
Native Hawaiian Rights Clinic, Mililani Trask, Kia'aina of Ka I.ii Hui
Hawai'i, will be speaking on "Traditional Practice and Modem Law,"
3:00 p.m. to 4:15 p.m., SR3
October 2, R Native Hawaiian Rights Clinic, Bill Tam - Deputy Attorney General to the
Water Commission, will be speaking on "Waler Commission Practice &
Protection of Native Hawaiian Water Rights," 3:00 p.m. to 4: IS p.m., SR3
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 Enviroomental Policy," 11:45 p.m. to 1:20 p.m.,
Admissions Committee Meeting Re: Visitors and Transfers, Spring '98.
11:45. Dean's Conference Room, closed meeting.
October 6, M "First Monday - Immigration Reform: With Liberty and Justice For All?"
sponsored by APIL, 12:35 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.p, Place TBA (Everyone
October 8, W Puhlic Interest Career Fair, 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Courtyard 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., CRS "For more information call Lane Boyarski
at #839-2431
October 10, F Faculty Colloquium, Professor Christenson's Topic TBA, 12:35 p.m.,
Faculty Lounge
October 15, W Land Use Management Center, Jan Sullivan - Director of Honolulu
Department of Land Utilization & an Alumni of UH Law School, wi1\ be
speaking on "Development Plans & Their Enforcement: 9:55 a.m. to 11:10
a.m., CR4

William S_ Richo • .ison School of Law
Good News Report
NO. 97-3 September 79, 7997
David Callies has authored a chapter on urban land use control in the soon to be
released book "The Japanese City," published by the University Press of Kentucky.
The only book on the topic available in English, "The Japanese City" details one
country's philosophy of urban space. David also has a chapter entitled "Exactions,
Impact Fees and Other Land Development Conditions" in the soon to be released
Rohan treatise on zoning.
Jon Van Dyke spoke in Saipan recently at a forum sponsored by the CNMI Council for
the Humanities on the topic "Protecting Indigenous Rights Under International and
Constitutional Law." His talk also received press coverage there. Jon's newest book
Sharing the Resources of the South China Seas will be celebrated at a reception cohosted
by the law school and the East-West Center. The tentative date for the
reception for Jon and the co-authors, Mark Valencia and Noel Ludwig, is scheduled
for October 74, 7997.
Eric Yamamoto is a major participant in Yale's 7997 Critical Race Theory Conference
in November this year. Eric is also on the Organizing Committee. Alumni PrOfessOT
Mari Matsuda ('80) and Kekai Perry ('96) are also participants.
The 7997-98 Philip Jessup International Moot Court Team has been selected. The
new members are Bridget Palmer and Duane Seabolt who will be joining returning
members Lane Boyarslci Isaac Moriwake and Jamesner Dumlao. George Parrott has
also been selected to join the team in the 7998-99 school year.
National Moot Court Team members for this year are George Parrott and Betsy
Johnson who will be joining returning member Steve Mandelker.
The Environmental Moot Court Team members are Lani Kidani, Elijah Yip and Juliet
o For inclusion in upcoming reports, contact the Associate Dean's Office.
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