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Bar Study Access
Starting July 6th, May 2020 alumni may access the Law Library Monday through Friday from 9 am to 6 pm to study for their bar examination. Students must make a seat reservation before coming to the Law Library to study. For further information, please review the procedures and restrictions at our seat reservation page: https://law-hawaii.libcal.com/
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In preparation of her visit, the current display at the library is on Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Professors Krisna Suruyanata and Monique Mironesco presented on their new book, Food and Power in Hawaii: Visions of Food Democracy. The talk was a highlight from two chapters in the book. Prof. Suruyanata told us present-day Hawaii only uses around 400,000 acres for agriculture. The urban centers have grown by about 50,000 acres since 1978. […]