The William S. Richardson School of Law celebrates its growing community of alumni. Our Career Services office assists alumni with counseling, information, and other resources, including reciprocity services, recruitment events with legal employers, and access to our online job portal. (Please see link to the Career Services Portal below). Graduates may also find out information about the Law School’s Alumni Association, and stay connected with the latest updates on the Richardson community by signing up for Ke Kula Kānāwai, the Law School’s newsletter.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES ON THE HUB
The Hub is Richardson Law’s career services portal. Students and alumni can search for jobs, internships, externships, pro bono, and post-graduation opportunities, make appointments with the Career Services office, store application materials, sign up for RAP sessions, career events, and more.
Life after Richardson: Meet Our Alumni
Our alumni are practicing law in a variety of fields, locations, and situations in Hawai‘i and beyond. Their diverse backgrounds and experiences—along with their dedication to our profession—contribute to the richness of our community. Learn about the accomplishments of our alumni below.
Ete Bowl: A Thirty-Year Tradition
One hot day in September 1978, Diane Ho was sitting in the library wondering how she would endure the rest of her third (she thought, boring) year. While checking her weekly parlay sheets, she was struck with the idea of having a women’s intra-class athletic challenge. Diane shared her thought with classmate Ricki Amano, and together they chose football, the game they knew best.
Hiring Opportunities for Employers
Our Career Services Office provides many opportunities for legal employers to network with and recruit our alumni. Legal employers are invited to host information sessions, Open Houses, and receptions both on-campus or at employer offices. The Law School’s alumni may access various resources and programs, including: On-Campus Interviews (OCIs), Launch-a-Lawyer, Career Day Series, Career Alternatives Series, Employer Open Houses, and various Career Panels and Programs.
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Your gift can help support our mission to develop highly qualified, ethical professionals through excellence in teaching, scholarship, and public service at the William S. Richardson School of Law. Maintaining excellence in our programs and preparing Law School students to become the next generation of leaders would not be possible without the support of our community.
The Hawai‘i Abortion Guide was published by the Hawai‘i Abortion Collective, a group which includes a number of alumni from the William S. Richardson School of Law.
The William S. Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa today announced that UH alumnus Jay H. Shidler has donated $1 million in cash to start the Dean’s Innovation Fund.
The William S. Richardson School of Law was again recognized for being one of the nation’s top law schools for diversity and its international law programs.
ELP Certificate graduate Charlie Taylor ’11 was hired for the position at DLNR’s Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR).