Seminar covering federal and Hawai‘i laws that govern the management of wildlife resources, with a particular focus on wildlife conflicts arising in Hawai‘i.
Real estate transactions are an important and growing conservation strategy; examines land transactions within the environment of conservation. (Once a year)
In depth study of the federal and state environmental laws that impact modern businesses and industries, and exploration of the compliance issues that arise under the statutes, regulations, and case law.
Study of contemporary topics in environmental law to change periodically as to issues and topics. (B) advanced environmental law; (C) regulatory; (D) legislature; (E) policy; (F) judicial. Repeatable six times.
Study of the international regulation of activities and processes used to prevent environmental degradation and to preserve resources of environmental value.
Seminar on the techniques, law, and strategy involved in federal and state court environmental litigation.
Climate change is a core challenge that will influence law and policy well into the future. Students will study climate change science, litigation, law and policy at state, national, and international levels. (Once a year)
Examination of major federal statutes, regulatory and case law, and Hawai‘i counterparts. Policies behind hazardous waste laws and their impact on individuals, community, and businesses.
Basic statutory law and policy questions and problems concerning the environment. Focus on federal Hawai‘i issues.
Legal aspects of water and water rights with focus on Hawai‘i.
Examination of U.S. and Hawai‘i ocean and coastal law covers modern issues concerning the protection and use of the native environment including challenges in Hawai‘i.
Examination of the history of international ocean law, including comprehensive coverage of modern problems and issues concerning the laws of the sea.