Maila Akutagawa is an Assistant Professor of Law with both UH Manoa's Richardson School of Law and Hawai‘inuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge. Malia is an alumna of the William S. Richardson School of Law, having earned a Juris Doctor and an Environmental Law Certificate. She is President and Founder of Sust`āinable Molokai, a loval, grassroots-led nonproft organization that weaves Molokai's rich cultural pathways with responsible, modern sustainability strategies. She is also part of Hui ʻĀina Momona, a consortium of scholars throughout the university community who address compelling issues of indigenous Hawaiian knowledge and practices, including the legal regime and Native Hawaiian rights associated with malama āina, sustainability, and food security.
Career Lecture Brown Bag with Law Professor Malia Akutagawa
Kamakakūokalani - Center for Hawaiian Studies Room 211
Honolulu, HI 96822-2350
Event Contact Information
Kauhale Native Hawaiian Student Services & Pu`uhonua Hale for Native Hawaiian Student Support, UH College of Education