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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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September 17, 2019 marks 232 years since the creation of the US Constitution. The Constitution of the United States is only 4543 words—7762 if you count the Amendments—and originally fit on just four large sheets of paper. But it packs a wallop. Not only is it the oldest written national constitution in the world, it’s […]
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