November 21, F CANCELLED: Faculty meeting, 3:00 p.m. , Faculty Lounge
November 25, T All Students (except those in Legal Bibliography) should pick up an exam
number at front desk.
November 26, W Last Day of Instruction for Law School
(Mandatory) IL meeting. Overview of Career Services, 12:45 p.m., CR2.
November 27, R HOLIDAY: Thanksgiving Day
November 28-29, F-Sa Non-Instructional Day.
December I Don't forget to call Pa'e for your spring parking permit!!
Book reception for Professor Ron Brown, Law School courtyard, 5:00 p.m.
to 6:30 p.m.
December 1-3, M-W Law School Registration for Students Returning Spring 1998,9:00 '.m. to
3:00 p.m., Law School Front Office
Study Period for Law School
December 2-3, T-W Lottery: Open slots, 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., Law School front office
December 4-13, R-Sa Final Examinations for Law School
December 6, Sa LSAT Test Dare
December 12, F Faculty Meeting, 3:00 p.m., Faculty Lounge
December 21, Su UH Commencement
December 25, R MERRY CHRISTMASI
January I, R HAPPY NEW YEAR!
January 9, F AALS Aloha Reception, San Francisco
January 12-26, M-M Late Registration, 9:00 •. m. to 3:00 p.m., Law School Front Office
January 14, W First Day of Instruction for Law School
January 19, M HOLIDAY: MARTIN LllI'HER KING, Jlt DAY
January 23, F Faculty meeting, 3:00 p.m., faculty lounge
February 3-7, T-Sa lurists-in-Resideoce
February 7, Sa Last LSAT Test Dare for Fall 1998 Applicants
February 16, M HOLIDAY: PRESIDENTS' DAY
February 20, F Faculty meeting , 3:00 p.m., faculty lounge
February 27, F APIL Reception. Celebrating 25 years of Public inrerest in Hawaii
William S. Richardson School of Law
Good News Report
CONTEST RESUL TS
Enter your straw vote for a new name for
1. Ke Kula Kanawai (The Law School)
2. The Maika 'i Report (Good News Report)
3. Ka Nuhou Maika '/ (Good News Report)
The Splintered Paddle was also suggested
but is already being used.
RADJI TOLENTINO (1L) will receive the
Dean's Prize (premium dried mango from
Guam) for submitting several suggestions.
BEVERL Y TAMASHIRO has just joined the
staff as Administrative Services Clerk.
BEVERL Y was previously employed at the
UHM Traffic Office.
DA VID CALLIES had a packed house on
Tuesday at the HICLE Real Property Land
Use Conference which he organized.
Ninety percent of the attendees were still
there when the conference ended!
RANDALL ROTH'S photo appeared on the
Honolulu Star Bulletin's front page story
about the Bishop Estate controversy this
ELISE TSUGAWA (1L) was the Ete Bowl
superstar scoring four touchdowns at the
ALBERT COOK (2L), CHRISTINEANDREWS
(2L) and BELINDA HAU (2L) have been
selected for the Client Counseling Team.
Several students participated in the
competition and several first year students
acted liS clients (the 1L IIcting team:
NATHAN LAMPARD, KEVIN TERUYA,
AMY CARDWELL, CELIA DUNHAM, NEAL
FUJISHIGE. DEAN UEHARA lind KOA
PAREDES). The judges all commented on
the high quality of the participants.
Congratulations to all.
DR. ARLEEN MEYERS JOUXSON (3L), has
been in the news this week for
successfully leading the charge of
physicians and their concerns over HMSA 's
REMINDER: See you at RONALD BROWN'S
book reception on Monday, December " in
Although this is the last regular report (or
this semester, please keep sending your
HA VE A SUCCESSFUL EXAM PERIOD AND
A SAFE AND HAPPY HOLIDA YS!
O For inclusion in upcoming reports,
contact the Associate Dean's Office.
mail: 2515 Dole Street,