October 10, 1997

WSRSL
LAW SCHOOL
CALENDAR
OF EVENTS

October 14, T Book reception for Jon Van Dyke East-West Center, Bums Hall, 5:00-6:30
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 UtiliZlltion & 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 0 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-sign-up required.
SBA Bake Sale - Goodies baked by faculty and staff
October 23, R Native Hawaiian Rights Clinic, Bill Mebeula. 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
October 25, Sa ABA Work-a-Day, Time & Place TBA
November 3, M Last Day for Instructors to Submit "I" Removal Grades to Records Office
* Faculty Colloquium, Professor Gebbia Pinetti will be speaking on "AALS
Experience," 12:35 p.m., Faculty Lounge
November 7, F ETE Bowl Pep Rally, tentatively 12:35 p.m., Courtyard
• Mixer for Law Students and Attorneys, 4:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.,
Courtyard. - For more information contact Lane Boyarski
November 8, Sa • ETE's vs. Bru:rers, 2:00 p.m., On campus - Upper grass field by the tennis
courts.
November 11 , T HOLIDAY: VETERANS DAY

 

 

William S. Richatdson School of Law
Good News Report
NO. 97-6
CORREcnON
Oops! Our first correction. The champion team
of the Lawyers League softball season was
"Paradise Massage," with team members
including our own Professor JOHN BARKA/.
and former faculty and adjunct faculty JIM
ESTES (77), BILL HUNT. COREY PARK and
JIM PAUL. The UH Softball team was defeated
by Paradise Massage, finishing second.
Student members included JA Y KAM and REID
YAMASHIRO in addition to MARnN BENTO,
JASON BURKS, BRANDON GONZALES, BRAD
GUSHIKEN. CHRIS SADA YASLI. SCOTTSIMON
AND CARTER SIll.
ALUMNI
PHI DELTA PHI led a group of 1L's on an
informal downtown tour of the Supreme Court.
Federal Court and Circuit Court buildings.
Several alumni greeted our students, REID
YAMASHIRO ('96), clerk to Justice Nakayama;
DIANE YUEN ('97), clerk to Judge Gillmor;
JOEDY HU ('94), clerk to Judge Kurren;
CA THY CHANG ('96) and EDRIC CHING ('96),
clerks to Judge Chang.
FACULTY
JOHN BARKAI appeared on the television news
briefly with other attorneys, including
Prosecutor Peter Carlisle, in a story covering
Hawai'i Women Lawyers' Foundation recent
fundraiser. While Peter won the Dennis
Rodman Look-A-Like contest, JOHN came in a
strong second.
DA VID CAlliES recentJy contributed to a
concept paper on Local Government published
by the Central and East European Law Initiative
NCEELr of the American Bar Association.
CEELrs summer 7997 update noted that the
paper will be distributed throughout Central and
Eastern Europe and the Newly Independent
States.
MARK LEVIN'S recent article, NSmoke Around
the Rising Sun, " published in the Stanford Law
& Policy Review will be posted on the leading
web site on tobacco issues, www.tobacco.org.

Tobacco BBS will also publish MARK'S
translation of the March '95 report by the
Japanese Ministry of Health and Welfare's
Tobacco Action Plan Working Group, which
currentJy represents the principal official
statement of the Japanese government's antitobacco
position.
LIBRARY
BARIL YNE CHANG, our library technician, is
getting married this Saturday to Isaac
Sakamoto. Congratulations!
VISffORS
PROFESSOR SHERRI BURR, who will teach
Intellectual Property and International Business
Transactions in Spring 7998, will be visiting the
law school next week. She is from the
University of New Mexico School of Law.
SHERRI and PROFESSOR JA Y DRA TLER will be
exchanging teaching positions for the semester.
The Director General of China's National
Environmental Protection Agency, Zhang Lijun,
and several other senior members of NEPA,
were here for a reception on Tuesday cohosted
with the Environmental Law Society.
PROFESSOR DA VID CAlliES coordinated
NEPA's visit as part of its tour of US
environmental monitoring sites.
STUDENTS
The first Judges Day organized for 1L's by
DEAN JOANNE PUNU was a big success.
Students signed up for visits to the family, civil
and criminal courts.
MARK MURAKAMI (2L) will be attending the
ABA law student convention in Las Vegas from
October 76-79 as the 9th Circuit's Lieutenant
Governor for Diversity.
o For inclusion in upcoming reports, contact
the Associate Dean's Office.
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HI 96822