comscore UH law school graduates record number of students with Native Hawaiian law certificates | Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Top News

UH law school graduates record number of students with Native Hawaiian law certificates

[ AD HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THIS STORY ]

A record number of 15 students graduated from the University of Hawaii’s law school with a Native Hawaiian Law Certificate this week.

Last year, seven students graduated from the William S. Richardson School of Law with the certificate.

The new graduates received their degrees on Sunday. Their employment plans include working for the state judiciary, private firms, the military, the federal government, and nonprofit organizations.

The school’s Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law was established with federal funding in 2005.

It promotes education, scholarship, community outreach and collaboration on issues of law, culture and justice for Native Hawaiians and other Pacific and indigenous peoples.

Click here to see our full coverage of the coronavirus outbreak. Submit your coronavirus news tip.

Be the first to know
Get web push notifications from Star-Advertiser when the next breaking story happens — it's FREE! You just need a supported web browser.
Subscribe for this feature
Comments have been disabled for this story...

Scroll Up