At 11:30 Hickam NCO Club, “Tradewinds”
NOTE: Those RSVP’ing will receive a choice option for lunch choice. There is NO buffet that day. $20 for members $21 for non-members WE TAKE VISA/MASTERCARD, cash or check (payable to “Aloha Chapter NCMA”)
Hickam Base access is available if information on the attendee is provided, PLEASE REQUEST ACCESS with your RSVP. No Later than 7 a.m. on 18 Jan.
RSVP’s ABSOLUTELY NECES-SARY for Base Passes for this event.
IF YOU ARE RECEIVING BASE ACCESS YOU MUST BE AT THE HICKAM Visitor Center No Later Than 11:30; the sponsor will have to depart at that time.
PLEASE RSVP to Ms Elizabeth Mock at EMock@environetinc.com and questions at 833 2225, ext 1023.
Anyone needing a base pass for their automobile, each person in the automobile the driver must provide first, middle initial, last name, and date of birth.
A base map and directions are available on request from Elizabeth.
Professor Danielle Conway
University of Hawaii Michael J. Marks Distinguished Professor of Business Law,
Director Hawaii Procurement Institute
Her presentation is about her new book called “State & Local Procurement: Analysis and Commentary. ”
Professor Conway teaches in the areas of Intellectual Property Law; Licensing Intel-lectual Property; International Intellectual Property Law; Internet Law & Policy, and Government Contract Law. She is the Direc-tor of the University of Hawaiʻi Procurement Institue. Named Outstanding Profesor of the Year in 2003, and awarded the University of Hawaiʻi Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching in 2004, Professor Conway completed a 2006–07 Fulbright Senior Scholar post in Australia. In academic year 2007-08, Professor Conway held the Visiting E.K. Gubin Professor of Government Contract Law Chair at the George Washington University Law School; as well, she was selected as the 2008 Godfrey Visiting Scholar at the University of Maine School of Law. In 2008, Professor Conway was selected to hold a Chair-In-Law position at La Trobe University Faculty of Law & Management in Melbourne, Australia.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, SOFTWARE, AND INFORMATION LICENSING: LAW AND PRACTICE (BNA, 2007) (2008 Supplement) (2009 Supplement, forthcoming) and the casebook, LICENSING INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: LAW AND APPLICATION (Aspen, 2008). Her publications also appear in the Howard Law Journal, University of Richmond Law Review, Santa Clara Law Review, Asian–Pacific Law and Policy Journal, Washington University Global Studies Law Review, Computer Law Review and Technology Journal, Army Lawyer, Texas Wesleyan Law Review, and Michigan Journal of Race and Law. She has lectured in the United States, Europe, the United Kingdom, China, Japan, Ghana, Palau, Micronesia, Australia, New Zealand, and Mon-golia on topics including globalization, govern-ment contract law, intellectual property law, intellectual property licensing, and Indigenous Peoples’ rights.
NCMA Aloha Chapter Officers
President, LTC Bill Phillips, USAF (ret.)
(Tel 808 620 5299),
1st VP, Vicki Gaynor, Environet, Inc.
Treasurer, Elizabeth Mock, Environet., Inc.
Secretary, Catherine Nakamura, Parsons
Programs, Capt John Shrewsbury, CEC, USN (ret.)- NOAA
Future speakers call: 808 772 2085
Education, Doug Murdock, Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing
Membership, Verna Jackson, Army 413th Contracting Support Brigade
Supernumerary/Annual Audit Officer, Elizabeth Webb, ECC