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Richardson Alumna Ammie Roseman-Orr ‘99 Sworn in As EPA’s Newest Environmental Appeals Judge

On March 11, 2024, Richardson Alumna Ammie Roseman-Orr ‘99 was sworn in as the EPA’s newest Environmental Appeals judge.  Her new …

Richardson’s National Environmental Moot Court Team Advances to the Quarterfinals

Congratulations to WSRSL’s National Environmental Law Moot Court team: Mehana Witthans, Marie Sonson, and Emma Palmer.  Together with …

ELP Hosts North American Regional Rounds of the 28th Annual Stetson International Environmental Moot Court Competition

Front row left to right: His Excellency Associate Professor James Fry, University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law; …

COP28 Reflections, Debbie Akane: Transitioning Away from Fossil Fuels 

Debbie Akane, LLM with fellow ELP students Eleng Kazangiljan / Wun-Syuan Guo, LLM and Emily Sarasa ’24. As …

COP28 Reflections, Emily Sarasa: The Democratization of Climate Governance

I was lucky to attend for a second year because of the ELP Program! I observed some governmental …

COP28 Reflections, Eleng Kazangiljan: Indigenous Advocacy

Eleng presenting on Indigenous Knowledge and the Self-determination of Taiwan Indigenous Peoples at COP28. From the left, I-Chan …

Fall 2023 Newsletter

People’s Hearing on Climate Action

On September 29, 2023, the Environmental Law Program co-hosted a hybrid people’s hearing along with the Climate Protection …

Community Work Day at Mānoa Cliffs

On September 23, 2023, members of the Environmental Law Program participated in a community work day with the …

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ELP and ʻAhahui Native Plant Fundraiser

In November, Uncle Kimo Adams and Aunty Tuti Kanahele introduced myriad ways for workshop participants to start integrating …