October 3, 1997

WSRSL
LAW SCHOOL
CALENDAR
OF EVENTS

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 7, T Reception for group from China's equivalent of our Environmental Protection
Agency, faculty lounge, 4:30-5:30 (by invitation).
October 8, W Pete Latham, Superintendent of OffshorelMarine Affairs and Operations for
BHP will speak on industry compliance with environmental regulations and
other topics, CR5, 12:30-1:30 p.m.
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., CR5, for more information contact Lane Boyarski
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:oo-ti:30
p.m. (by invitation).
On-campus interviews - 2LS - Summer opportunity with Bank of Hawaii
Legal Division. Pre-sign-up required.
October 15, W Land Use Management Center, Jan Sullivan - Director of Honolulu
Dept. 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
Captain Frank Whipple, Commanding Officer in charge of Marine
Inspection at the Marine Safety Office in Honolulu, and Federal On Scene
Coordinator (FOSC) for any maritime oil spills here, CRS, 12:30-1:30 p.m.
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 a He'e Nalu Picnic, 2:00 p.m., Haleiwa Beach Park
October 20, M Summer and career opportunities with the Army JAG Corps, 12:35 p.m.
CR5, All students invited to this general info session.
Afternoon on-campus interviews for 2LS and 3LS with Army JAG corps.
Pre-sigo-up required.
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
October 24, F Last Day for Restricted Withdrawal from Classes

 

William S. Richardson School of Law
Good News Report
NO. 97·5
ALUMNI
PA mlCIA LEE (79) was appointed
Honorary Consul of France by the
French government. The French
consulate is now located in an office at
PA rs law firm, Goodsill Anderson
Quinn & Stifel.
FACULTY
ERIC YAMAMOTO will be attending the
Asian American Law Professors
Conference at the City University of
New York next week.
LIBRARY
SWEE BERKEY rejoins the law school
as the Reference/Circulation Librarian.
SWEE worked at the law school library
during the 1988·89 school year.
Regular Reference Hours in the library
are now:
Monda y·Frida y: 1:30-4:30 p.m.
Sunday: 2:00·4:00 p.m.
STUDENTS
Ten 3L students were recently
accepted as Pupils in the American Inns
of Court, Aloha Inn. These students
are LANE BOYARSKI, STEVEN
HOWARD, JULIET JOHNSON, PAUL
KAWAI, JAMAE KA WAUCHI,
DEBORAH MUELLER, SCOTT SIMON,
ELIZABETH THOMPSON, ANNA
TSANG and GORDON YANG.
Many first year students are
participating in a newly organized
AFTERNOON WITH A JUDGE program
with the judiciary.

WILLIAM S. RICHARDSON SCHOOL OF
LA W SOFTBALL TEAM
The WSRSL softball team finished in
second place during the recent
Lawyers' League softball season. The
team included PROFESSOR JOHN
BARKAI, former professors BILL HUNT
and COREY PARK, adjunct professors
JIM ESTES (77) and JIM PAUL and
alumni DAVID ANDREWS ('91).
Student players included MARnN
BENTO (tL), JASON BURKS (2L),
BRANDON -GONZO- GONZALES (tL),
BRAD GUSHIKEN (3L), CHRIS
SADA YASU (Captain, 3L), CARTER S/U
(2L) and SCOTT SIMON (Captain, 3L).
o For inclusion in upcoming reports,
contact the Associate Dean's Office.
tel: 956-8636
fax: 956·6402
email: caroll@hawaii.edu
mail: 2515 Dole St., Honolulu,
HI 96822