Keiko Okuhara

William S. Richardson School of Law

Systems Librarian

Bibliographic Services

Member, Pacific-Asian Legal Studies Committee



Area/Regional Research Expertise:

  1. East Asia



PALS Librarian Page

Pacific & Asian Research Guide

Contact

Guides


Richardson Librarians have compiled the scholarly research guides below for issues of Pacific and Asian concern:


Regional


  1. Pacific


  1. Pacific Islands

  2. Pacific Islands (By Country)

  3. Hawaii


  1. Asia


  1. China

  2. Japan

  3. Korea

  4. Taiwan


Area


  1. Human Rights

  2. Climate Change

William S. Richardson School of Law Library

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PACIFIC-ASIAN LEGAL RESEARCH GUIDE



  1. VISIT OUR LIBRARY ONLINE:  WILLIAM S. RICHARDSON SCHOOL OF LAW LIBRARY


Generally


Serving as an integral conduit between the United States and the Pacific and Asia for legal resources, Richardson’s library has been aptly described as a precious gem squarely nestled in the Pacific.


With an extensive collection in Pacific and Asian law, the Library’s collection resources include 352,000 volumes/volume equivalents.


In fact, our Library houses one of the world’s most extensive collections of Pacific and Asian law holdings and features a myriad of digital and print resources including multi-jurisdictional and specialized databases, treaties, loose-leaf services, periodicals and a wide range of monographs.


To help users navigate this vast web of resources, our law librarians are uniquely equipped, able to bring to bare their own expertise in the field along with advanced language skills.


Librarians With Expertise In Pacific-Asian Legal Research