Wildlife and Natural Resources Law
Law School Description
Hawaii’s wildlife and other natural resources are among the most endangered in the world. By exploring the compelling stories of Hawaii’s imperiled ecosystems, this seminar provides a unique lens through which to view the pressing national and global legal and policy issues related to species preservation and resource conservation and management. The course examines the federal, state and local legal scheme that governs use and protection of resources, from the endangered humpback whale to energy planning.
Uh Mānoa Catalog Description
Seminar covering federal and Hawai'i laws that govern the management of wildlife resources, with a particular focus on wildlife conflicts arising in Hawai'i.