October 27, 1997

WSRSL
LAW SCHOOL
CALENDAR
OF EVENTS

October 24, F Last Day for Restricted Withdrawal from Classes
• Delta Sunset BBQ, Kapiolani Park, 5:30 p.m. (after ETE practice)
October 25, Sa ABA Work-A-Day, Adopt-A-Stream clean up in morning and Shriners
Hospital visit in evening. Everyone invited. For more information contact
Ammie Rosemann-Orr.
October 28, T Professor Aotolini Brown Bag, CRS, 12:40 p.m. to 1:25 p.m.
October 31, F SBA Halloween "First Stop" Party, Courtyard, 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
November 3, M Last Day for Instructors to Submit "'" Removal Grades to Records Office
Faculty Colloquium, Professor Gebbia Pinetti will be speaking on "AALS
Experience," 12:35 p.m., Faculty Lounge
November 3-7, M-F Spring '98 Lottery 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, front
counter
November 5, W Studenls taking Legal Bibliography Final Exam should pick up exam numbers
at front desk
• Phi Delta Phi Initiation, Moot Court, 6:00 p.m. Reception to follow in the
Courtyard.
November 6, R Dean Punu Brown Bag, CRS, 12:40 p.m. to 1:25 p.m.
November 7, F Legal Bibliography Final Exam - CR2 & CR3, 1:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
• ETE Bowl Pep Rally, 3:35 p.m. to 4:35 p.m., Courtyard
Mixer for UtW Studenls and Attorneys, 4:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.,
Courtyard. - For more information contact u.ne Boyarski
November 8, Sa ETE's vs. Bruzers, 2:00 p.m., UH Field
• ETE Luau, 7:00 p.m., Courtyard
November 11, T HOLIDAY: VETERANS DAY
November 14, F  Delta Initiation, Moot Court, Time to be determined
November 17, M Guest Speaker for u.nd Use, Judge S.J. Plager of the Federal Circuit Court
will be speaking on "Regulatory Takings," 9:55 a.m. to 11:10 a.m. , CR4
Brown Bag Colloquium, Federal Circuit Court Judge S.J. Plager (former
property law prof. and dean of the University of Indiana/Bloomington Utw
School) will discuss the workings of the Federal Circuit and his
philosophy on land use regulations and takings, 12:35 p.m., Faculty Lounge
November 21, F Faculty Meeting, 3:00 p.m., Faculty Lounge
November 25, T All Studenls (except those in Legal Bibliography) should pick up an exam
number at front desk.

 

William S. Richardson School of Law
Good News Report
NO. 97·8
FACUl TY/STAFF
ALOHA UNITED WA y. Wow, the law
school's goal was to raise 11900.00
(last year we raised 11894.) from our
faculty and staff and we actually raised
12742.001 Our AUW coordinator was
very impressed by our school's support.
Thank you for making our campaign a
great success.
BAKE SALE - goodies made by the
faculty and staff (and a few spouses
and supermarket chains) were a sell-out
on Mondayl Fastest sellers: FRIEDA
HONDA'S spam and tuna musubi,
JOANNE PUNU'S toffee topped
brownies and YVONNE
KOBASHIGA WA 'S chocolate chip
cookies. The Student Bar Association
raised 1190.00 from the sale.
HAZEL BEH'S article, -The Duty to
Warn: Invading the Marital Bedroom
and the Therapist's Couch, - has been
accepted by the peer review journal,
The Journal of law and Social Work.
FAMll Y LA W CLINIC and PROFESSOR
LAURIE TOCHIKI will receive Hawai'i
lawyers Care's "Outstanding
Contribution to the Delivery of legal
Services Award" on October 31, 1997
at the Supreme Court in conjunction
with the swearing in ceremony for new
bar admittees.
LARRY FOSTER has been invited to
attend the Federated States of
Micronesia Judicial Conference and
visit the College of Micronesia to
discuss their newly approved legal
counselors certificate program in early
November. He will also stop in Guamto meet with alums and potential law
school applicants.
KAREN GEBBIA-PINETTl and husband
Randy are expecting their first baby in
Junel
MARK LEVIN has been asked to speak
at the Nishi-Nippon Jr. College special
session here on December 2. He will
speak in Japanese on the topic -Jury
System and Related Issues. -
STUDENTS
The Princeton Review of The Best law
Schools, 1998 edition, ranked our
school in the top ten in six of their 13
rankings based in part upon our student
comments; quality of life, minority
representation among faculty,
proportion of women students,
proportion of female faculty and
clerkship placement.
BRANDON -KOA- PAREDES, 1l,
composed the song "Ka'Ano'i Pua 0
Uka" performed on Keali'i Reichel's just
released and highly acclaimed album
--E 0 Mar." Koa wrote the lyrics and
music as a final project in a Hawaiian
poetry class.
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