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Speeches of William S. Richardson: From the Territorial Government to Statehood

By Ellen-Rae Cachola The Law Library’s Archive produced a new digital exhibit, Speeches of William S. Richardson. It highlights some of William S. Richardsonʻs views during his leadership in the Democratic Party, the Judiciary, and the Law School. This post aims to contextualize some of Richardson’s speech during a time of political and economic change […]

Summer Practical Tech Workshops Offered

The Law Library is offering summer workshops on Zotero and MS Word. These workshops are excellent in preparation for your SYS paper. Day and evening classes will be offered. Workshops will be offered on Zotero – Zotero is a standalone (and browser app) that allows note-taking, citation, and collection/management of online sources. Additionally, Word training […]

Celebrate Earth Day

Earth Day (April 22) has its origin story with Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin in 1970. In recognition of the harm from pollution, twenty million Americans demonstrated in different U.S. cities on the first Earth Day. In December 1970, Congress authorized the creation of a new federal agency to tackle environmental issues, the U.S. Environmental […]

Launch of the Chief Justice William S. Richardson Archive

The University of Hawaiʻi School of Law Library invites you to the public launch of an archival collection celebrating the life and work of Chief Justice (C.J.) William S. Richardson, on Thursday, May 5, 2022, from 3:30-5:00 pm (registration link). The papers of C.J. Richardson have been curated and made accessible in physical and digital […]