November 7, F • Environmental Litigation Seminar: Windward Perspectivea on the Waiahole
Water Controversy. Speakers will be Charlie Reppun, Calvin Hoe, Paul
AchilDff. Co-sponsored by 'Ahahui 0 Hawai'i. 11 :45 a.m. ID 1:20 p.m. ,
Leial Biblioiraphy Final Exam - CR2 &. CRJ, 1:15 p.m. ID 3:30 p.m.
Sprini '98 Lottery deadline 3:00 p.m. front counter.
ETE Bowl Pep Rally, 3:35 p.m. ID 4:35 p.m., Courtyard.
Mixer for Law Students and AtlDmeys, 4:00 p.m. ID 12:00 a.m.,
Courtyard. - For more information contact Lane Boyarsld.
November 8, Sa ETE's vs. Bruzers, 2:00 p.m., UH Field
ETE Luau, 5:30 p.m., Courtyard
November 11, T HOLIDAY: VETERANS DAY
November 13, R Torts I - "A Defense Lawyer's Perspective on Tort Law Practice in
Hawai' i," with speaker David Louie, Esq. (Roelca Louie &. Hiraolca). 10: 15
a.m. ID 11:05 a.m., CR2.
November 14, F Delta Initiation, Moot Court, Time ID be determined
Client Counseling try-outs, 3:30 p.m. ID 5:30 p.m., site ID be determined.
Sign-up sheet at front desk until Wed. , 11 /5,4:30 p.m. For more
information, contact 3L Juliann Tigert or Calvin Pang (956-7474).
Second Year Seminar IDpic due 4:00 p.m. - Associate Dean's Office
November 17, M Guest Speaker for Land Use, Judge S.J. Plager of the Federal Circuit Court
will be speaking on "RegulalDry Takings," 9:55 a.m. ID 11: 10 a.m. , CR4
Faculty Colloquium, Federal Circuit Court Judge S.J. Plager will discuss
the workings of the Federal Circuit and his philosophy on land use
regulations and takings, 12:35 p.m., Faculty Lounge, by invitation.
Income Tax Scam, speakers TBA, 12:35 p.m. ID 1:35 p.m., CR3 .
"Proposed Revival of the Death Penalty in Hawai'i," discussion panel with
Michael Tanigawa, Esq. and Professor Ginny Hench, 7: 15 p.m. ID 9:00
p.m. , CR3.
November 19, W Brown Bag - Guest Speaker Ellen Barry, head of S.F. Legal Services for
Prisoners With Children and co-chair National Network for Women in
Prison, CR2, 12:45.
November 21, F Faculty Meeting, 3:00 p.m., Faculty Lounge
November 25, T AIl Students (except those in Legal Bibliograpby) should pick up an exam
number at front desk.
November 26, W Last Day of Instruction for Law School
William S. Richardson School of Law Good News Report
NAME CONTEST 1111
0", 10'" issuel Now 1$ tllll time for 0'" readers to
suggest II nsw IIIIme for this report. What originally
started out liS II way of communicating -good nswsabout
0'" community has IIxpanded. 0", intention
Is to keep this a weekly publication during tllll school
YBar. Depending on time lind other resourcss, It
could eventually change In format (more photos,
guest writers, longer articles, etc.). Submit as many
names liS you want by Friday, November 14. We
haven't decided how to select tllll winning name yet
but llul w/nnsr wiD fflceivB • lDeCiai orlze from tlul
Dean (maybe something from his trip to FSM or
UUJAN NAKAMURA has joined us liS tllll new
Library Acquisitions Clerk. ULUAN was previously
lit Leeward Community College and before that, at
the UH Manoa College of Arts & Sciences.
DA VlD CAWES Is In Indill for lin International Bar
RANDALL RO TH'S cllndldllc y for Vice·
President/Presidllnt·elset for tllll Hawal'l Statll Bar
Association has received both radio lind newspapar
publicity. RANDY contlnuBs to g8t regular television
nsws covBrage on Issues fe/ated to the Bishop
LB SEEGER has been appointed Chair of thll
Association of American Law Schools Committee on
Libraries and Technology for 1998·99. One of tllll
Issues to be IIddressed is tllll publication of law
reviews solely In alectronic format. PROFESSOR
SEEGER recently IIttended tllll dedication of tllll
renovated Harvard lllw Library, Invited u one of tllll
project planllllrs during tllll past 17 yellrs.
JUDY WEIGHTMAN Is one of only 100 women
nationwide Invited to attend the "Women in the Law
Summit- sponsored by tllll Women in Legal
Education Section of tllll AAlS. TIIII meeting will be
later this month at Mills College, Oakland, California.
DA VlD CALUES, RANDAU ROTH. JUDY
WBGHTMAN .nd ERIC YAMAMOTO were all
recently recognized In II brochure highlighting-Ninety Fabulous Fllculty- liS part of tllll University
of Hawal'l's 90'" anniversary.
0", Hlustrious namesllkll, c.J. ~ So
RICHARDSON, was honored by tllll West Honolulu
Rotary Club last week with tllll prestigious David
Malo Award as II parson of Hawaiian Ancestry
whose life lind accomplishments have parpatuated
HALLOWEEN PARTY RESULTS
Awards- Sexiest: PROFESSOR JOHN BARXAI (that
8tt1e black dress with tllll Rodman hair), Cutest:
BRETT RYAN (3l) (l1li as the fire hydrant, his date as
tllll dog) and Scariest: LEWIS PfNAUL T (tL)
(Frankenstein). Kudos to PROFESSOR VIRGINIA
HENCH (on wheels) for the Halloween cake,
PROFESSOR ERIC YAMAMOTO for judging the
contest and 2l SBA representatives, SYl VIA
HIGASHI. JEN YAMASHIRO and KANOE KUNISHIMA
and their hardworking committee members for
putting on • great evening.
0", Pro Bono, Clinic .nd Externship programs were
tllll subject of an extensivII IIrticle In tllll Novembsr
3 Issue of Pacific Business News. ASSOClA TE
DEAN CAROL MON LEE. PROFESSOR JOHN
BARXAI, ADJUNCTS BEN CARROU & LAURIE
TOCHIKI and SANDRA WILHIDE (3l) were named.
SUSAN SERRANO (3l) has just won tllll natlonwldll
Critical Race Theory student writing competition
with IIIIr IIrtIcle -Rethinking Race for Strict Scrutiny
Purposes: Yniguez and tllll Racialiatlon of English
Only. - SIIII will receive lin expanse paid trip to Yale
University to IIttend thll National Critical Race Tllllory
Conferenee in November. Congratulationsl
O For Inclusion In upcoming reports, contact tllll
Associate Dean's Office.
mail: 2575 Dole Street, Honolulu 96822