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Pacific-Asian Legal Studies Program

Pacific-Asian Legal Studies Program

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Pacific-Asian Legal Studies Program at University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, William S. Richardson School of Law


"In keeping with Hawai‘i’s location, culture and history, the School of Law has long emphasized Pacific-Asian Legal Studies (PALS). Our Pacific-Asian courses seem even more important as American law practice becomes ever more globalized — and they continue to provide a comparative perspective on the U.S. legal system, which we believe is valuable for all our students. We offer a broad selection of courses on Pacific-Asian legal issues: permanent faculty members teach courses on Chinese and Japanese law and Native Hawaiian rights, and distinguished visitors offer shorter specialty courses on Asian and Pacific law. We also encourage students to broaden their exposure to Asia and the Pacific through externships, language training and law study abroad, as well as through participation in area studies centers across the University of Hawai‘i Manoa campus."
Pacific-Asian Legal Studies Program at University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, William S. Richardson School of Law


"In keeping with Hawai‘i’s location, culture and history, the School of Law has long emphasized Pacific-Asian Legal Studies (PALS). Our Pacific-Asian courses seem even more important as American law practice becomes ever more globalized — and they continue to provide a comparative perspective on the U.S. legal system, which we believe is valuable for all our students. We offer a broad selection of courses on Pacific-Asian legal issues: permanent faculty members teach courses on Chinese and Japanese law and Native Hawaiian rights, and distinguished visitors offer shorter specialty courses on Asian and Pacific law. We also encourage students to broaden their exposure to Asia and the Pacific through externships, language training and law study abroad, as well as through participation in area studies centers across the University of Hawai‘i Manoa campus."

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University of Hawai‘i at Ma¯noaWilliam S. Richardson School of Law
Pacific-Asian Legal Studies
 
Our Mission Statement
The William S. Richardso School of Law is dedicated to providig excellece i legal educatio ad scholarship ad to promotig justice, ethical resposibility ad public service.We place special emphasis o fields of law of particularimportace to Hawai‘i ad the Pacific regio, such asevirometal law, native Hawaiia rights, ocea law,ad Pacific ad Asia legal studies.
 
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Welcome toPacific-Asian Legal Studies
In keeping with Hawai‘i’s location, culture and history, the School of Lawhas long emphasized PacificAsian Legal Studies (PALS). Our Pacific Asian courses seem even more important as American law practicebecomes ever more globalized — and they continue to provide a comparative perspective on the U.S. legal system, which we believe is valuablefor all our students. We offer a broad selection of courses on Pacific Asian legal issues: permanent faculty members teach courses on Chineseand Japanese law and Native Hawaiian rights, and distinguished visitorsoffer shorter specialty courses on Asian and Pacific law. We also encourage students to broaden their exposure to Asia and the Pacific throughexternships, language training and law study abroad, as well as throughparticipation in area studies centers across the University of Hawai‘iMa¯noa campus.Alison W. ConnerDirector, International Programs
 Located in a uniqueisland setting with adistinctive multi-ethnicheritage, the Schoolof Law offers premierresources for Asianand Pacific studies.
Law students hold an informal study sessionin our courtyard.

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