Adam Roversi '12
- Lecturer in Law
- JD William S. Richardson School of Law 2012
Adam is currently serving as law clerk to U.S. Magistrate Judge Barry M. Kurren, and is also a Lecturer-in-Law for Legal Practice II at the William S. Richardson School of Law. Prior to attending law school, Adam worked as an organic farmer and residential contractor on Kauai. He moved to the big city in 2009 to attend William S. Richardson School of Law. During law school, Adam was captain of the Native American Moot Court Team, served as a teaching assistant to Professor John Van Dyke's Constitutional law class, was a member of the Law Review, and worked as a Summer Associate at Earthjustice. After graduation in 2012, Adam worked as a law clerk to Chief Judge Craig Nakamura at the Hawai'i Intermediate Court of Appeals.
Kuleana Property Tax Handbook: Mitigating the Continued Dispossession of Native Hawaiian Landowners, produced for and distributed by the Hawaii Community Stewardship Network, 2010.
The Hawaiian Land Hui Movement: A Post-Mahele Counter-Revolution in Land Tenure and Community Resource Management, to be published in the next edition of U.H. L. Rev.