Go Back To Law School: U. Hawaii's "J-Term" Classes Open To The Public
by Robert Thomas, Inverse Condemnation, January 9, 2014
For those who just can't get enough of law school, here's your chance to return. Each January, the University of Hawaii Law School holds its "J-Term" during which it brings in legal scholars from across the nation (bet it's not too hard to convince a few law profs to spend mid-January in Honolulu) to teach on selected topics. And some of the lectures are open to the public.
Here are the details of this year's Saturday, January 11, 2014 public J-Term classes. If you are an "interested member of the community" (i.e., the public), you can attend. Among the topics are a couple that reach out and grab us:
- The Law of Elections, Democracy & Politics (Professor Richard Pildes, NYU Law), 3:00 - 5:00 p.m., Classroom 3.
- Construing the Hawaii Constitution: Criminal Procedure Protections (Justice Simeon Acoba, Supreme Court of Hawaii), 5:10 - 7:10 p.m.
We're going, for sure. The Law School is at 2515 Dole Street, in balmy Honolulu.