September 26, 1997

WSRSL

LAW SCHOOL

CALENDAR OF EVENTS


September 29, M ELS general Brown Bag meeting, 12:35 p.m. , CR5
September 30, T Brown Bag with Professor Pang, 12:35 p.m., CRS " Careers with the Drug Enforcement Administration" Information Session,

Native Hawaiian Rights Clinic, Mililani Trask, Kia'aina of Ka La Hui
Hawai'i, will be speaking on "Traditional Practice and Modem Law,"
3:00 p.m. to 4: 15 p.m., SR3
12:35 p.m., CR4
October 2, R Native Hawaiian Rights Clinic, Bill Tam - Deputy Attorney General to the
Water Commission, will be speaking on "Water Commission Practice &
Protection of Native Hawaiian Water Rights," 3:00 p.m, to 4:15 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 Environmental Policy," 11:45 p.m. to 1:20 p.m.,
CRS
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, CR3 (Everyone
Invited).
October 8, W Public 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 contact Lane Boyarslci
October 10, F Faculty Colloquium, Professor Christenson's Topic "Federal Court
Architecture for International Law Decisions," 12:35 p.m"
Faculty Lounge
October 14, T Book reception for Jon Van Dyke East-West Center, Bums Hall, 5:00-6:30
p.m.
October 15, W Land Use Management Center, Jan Sullivan - Director of Honolulu
Department of Land Utilization & an Alumni of UH Law School, will be
speaking on "Development Plans & Their Enforcement," 9:55 a.m. to 11:10
a.m., CR4
October 16, R Native Hawaiian Rights Clinic, William Meyer - District Chief of U.S.
Geological Survey, will be speaking on "Hydrology for Water Resources
Management," 3:00 p.m. to 4:15 p.m., SR3
October 17, F  Faculty Meeting, 3:00 p.m. , Faculty Lounge
October 19, Su Na Loio 0 He'e Nalu Picnic, 2:00 p.m., Haleiwa Beach Park
October 23, R Native Hawaiian Rights Clinic, Bill Meheula, Winer & Meheula, will be
speaking on "Stolen Lands: Who Owns & Can Sell Ceded Lands?" ,
3:00 p.m. to 4:15 p.m., SR3

William S. Richaroson School of Law
Good News Report
NO. 97-4
ADMINISmA nON
RAINE MA TSUDA with husband Derrick
came to visit with beautiful baby
Christelle. We will miss RAINE and
wish her and her family the best.
FACULTY
DENISE ANTOLINI'S appointment as
our newest permanent faculty member
is now official!
JOHN BARKAI and his wife, LINDA
MARTEll ('87), the current president
of Hawai'i Women's Legal Foundation,
will be part of the entertainment at this
Saturday's HWLF Annual Mayors
Dinner and Fund Raiser at the Royal
Hawaiian Hotel. Both will be wearing
black cocktail dresses.
RONALD BROWN, as president of the
US-ASIA Law Institute, sponsored the
visit of 11 mainland Chinese
government officials and professors.
The group is here for one week as part
of the "1997 Developing Law in China
Program. " Participants include
prosecutors, administrators from the
Ministry of Justice, law drafters from
the Bureau of Legislative Affairs State
Council and the vice-president of the
Chinese Lawyers Association. Their
week long program includes meetings
and discussions with members of our
faculty and various members of the bar,
judiciary and government.
DAVID CALLIES was a guest on the
Price of Paradise Radio Show last
Sunday. The weekly radio show is
hosted by RANDALL ROTH. DAVIDcommented on the Land Use
Commission.
VIRGINIA HENCH'S article on domestic
violence, When Less is More, is
scheduled to appear in the next issue of
the University of Hawai'i Law Review,
Vol. 19, No.1, currently at the
printers. GINNY has also decided to
have her article Death of Voting Rights
published by Case Western Reserve,
after having received eight firm offers
for publication. GINNY recently
received an award from the City and
County of Honolulu for organizing and
coordinating the inline skate patrol
Citizen's Watch at Magic Island/Ala
Moana.
STUDENTS
MARK MURAKAMI'S mother, Mary,
was honored by Governor Ben
Cayetano as the School Principal of the
Year.
o For inclusion in upcoming reports,
contact the Associate Dean's Office.
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