Environmental Law Program Colloquium Series: Seoul National University Law School Protected Areas Symposium

Monday, February 13, 2012 (All day)

Environmental Law Program Colloquium Series in conjunction with Seoul National University Law School Center for Energy and Environmental Law and Policy

Seoul National University Law School Protected Areas Symposium
Classroom 1
11:45 am – 1:30 pm
Light refreshments will be provided.

Comments by ELP students Bianca Isaki ‘13 and Adam Roversi ‘12 to follow.
RSVP to elp@hawaii.edu to help us with the food count. Please feel free to show up even if you do not RSVP

Can’t make it? Check the ELP website later for a recap and video link of the presentation.
(http:/blog.hawaii.edu/elp)

Environmental Law Program Faculty and Research Associates:
Associate Dean Denise Antolini, Interim ELP Director David Forman
Chris Odoca, Brent Kakesako, Onaona Thoene, and Teri Wright

Featuring presentations by:

  • Hyesoo Won is also a graduate of the SNU Law undergraduate program and is an entering 1L at SNU Law School. She was a member of the 2009 International Law Moot Court Team and has interned at SNU’s Center for Public Interest & Human Rights and the Korea Ministry of Justice, International Legal Affairs Division. She will be presenting Green Growth and the Rio+ 20, with special emphasis on forestry and climate change.
  • Jeong Min Choi is a PhD candidate at Seoul National University Graduate School of Public Administration. She has a Master of Arts in Public Administration from SNU and a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration from Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul, Korea. Jeong Min has published three articles, An Empirical Analysis of the Effect of the Real-Name System on Internet Bulletin Boards: How the Real-Name System and User Characteristics Influence the Use of Slanderous Comments and Swear Words and A Study on the Policy Effect Analysis of KT Privatization: Focusing on the Model of Stakeholder, both of which were published in the Korean Journal of Public Administration, and A study of Authors’ Attitudes about Copyright Ownership and Enforcement and Distribution of Scholarly Works, published in the Korean Journal of Broadcasting. She has also written a book entitled A Policy Study on the Open Access to Research Outcomes Funded by Public Institutions. Jeong Min will be presenting on environmental policy communication, with special emphasis on the Four Rivers Restoration Project in Korea.
  • Koya Choi is a graduate of SNU undergraduate college. He majored in law and is currently applying to J.D. programs in the U.S. Koya was a member of the 2005 champion JESSUP Moot Court Team in the National Rounds and was awarded Best Oralist. Koya has worked as a Student Ambassador in the SNU Office of International Affairs and as a United Nations Peacekeeper in Tyre, South Lebanon. He will be presenting on the National Trust movement and related laws in Korea.

Contact

David M. Forman '93

Interim Director of the Environmental Law Program
Phone
(808) 956-5298