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Tae-Ung Baik

William S. Richardson School of Law

Associate Professor of Law

Chair, Pacific-Asian Legal Studies Committee

Advisor, Pacific-Asian Legal Studies Organization


Area/Regional Expertise:

  1. International Human Rights, Comparative Criminal Law & Procedure

  2. Korean Law



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Charles Booth

William S. Richardson School of Law

Professor of Law

Director, Institute of Asian Pacific Business Law (IAPBL)

Member, Pacific-Asian Legal Studies Committee



Area/Regional Expertise:

  1. Pacific-Asian Commercial & Insolvency Law



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Ron Brown

William S. Richardson School of Law

Professor of Law

Member, Pacific-Asian Legal Studies

Advisor, Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal



Area/Regional Expertise:

  1. Comparative Asian Employment & Labor Law

  2. Chinese Law


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Alison Conner

William S. Richardson School of Law

Professor of Law

Director, International Programs

Faculty Advisor, LLM Program

Member, Pacific-Asian Legal Studies Committee


Area/Regional Expertise:

  1. Asian Comparative Law

  2. Chinese Law


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Larry Foster

William S. Richardson School of Law

Professor of Law

Member, Pacific-Asian Legal Studies Committee




Area/Regional Expertise:

  1. International Securities Law

  2. Chinese Law


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Mark Levin

William S. Richardson School of Law

Professor of Law

Member, Pacific-Asian Legal Studies Committee

Advisor, Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal

Advisor, Pacific-Asian Legal Studies Organization


Area/Regional Expertise:

  1. International Business Transactions

  2. Japanese Law


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Advising


All along the way, the PALS community is right here lockstep with you, to ensure you succeed. PALS provides advising to help you craft your legal education and your professional and/or personal development to help you achieve your goals.


We are an extraordinary community, and the PALS Advising Team, consisting of our faculty, are eager to meet with you as frequently as you would like and to stimulate your interests while exploring the wealth of opportunities that abound, many of which you may have not even thought of yet. A PALS Advisor will help you to connect within our own community and beyond to diverse programs, people, and resources.


An Advisor can help you:


  1. Clarify your personal and/or professional goals

  2. Explore opportunities for Scholarship in the field

  3. Explore the PALS Program & the PALS Certificate

  4. Explore University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa programs Dual Study, including potential Dual Degrees and/or Language Programs, that may also help you in your pursuits

  5. Reconcile your personal and/or professional goals with your studies in PALS to help you reach them better

  6. Choose courses

  7. Help you connect beyond our community, with various programs, people, and resources

  8. Identify potential Internships and/or Externships in pursuit of your goals

  9. Identify Study Abroad opportunities

  10. Address concerns about your studies

  11. Develop strategies for your success

  12. Explore your options if you face difficulties

  13. Determine where you can go for additional information


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