My Experience at the University of Hawaii Law School


lisans
As a student here at the University of Hawaiis school of law, I would highly recommend you to apply to the LLM Program. My experience at this law school has been amazing! Besides the gorgeous weather and beaches, other benefits include meeting a diverse group of law students, learning about the United States' legal system from exceptional professors, and networking with the legal community.

What separates this Law School from others is that it provides a challenging, yet caring environment. The student-faculty ratio is small, averaging about ten students per class. Thus, students are more engaged in class discussions and able to build relationships with their professors. From my personal experience, the Asian-Pacific Law staff is excellent! The classes are very interactive, fun, and challenging. For example, my Asian comparative labor law professor assigned us readings on dispatch workers in the workplace at various East-Asian countries. During class, we would summarize the readings, and then the professor would give us real-life scenarios to help us understand the advantages and disadvantages in each country. We learned about Asian law by comparing it with the United States' legal system through class discussions.

Another benefit is the networking opportunities. Throughout the year visiting professors and attorneys from around the world visit the law school to participate in informational panels. Students also have opportunities to interact with American attorneys and judges. During Orientation, I talked with a Hawaii Supreme Court justice and gained valuable insight into the American legal system.

The best networking event was this past month when the Law School celebrated its 40th Anniversary. LL.M. alumni came from various countries, including Germany, Japan, Taiwan, and Mexico, and they talked with us about how the LL.M. Program benefited them. Many of them are now successful attorneys, which was very inspiring for me.

Lastly, Hawaii is a great place to live. If you need a break from studying, just walk around the campus and see the beautiful scenery. If I wanted to escape the library, sometimes I would study at the park or beach to enjoy the Hawaiian sun. And during weekends, you can hike, golf, and eat delicious Hawaiian food with fellow classmates!
As a student here at the University of Hawaii’s school of law, I would highly recommend you to apply to the LLM Program. My experience at this law school has been amazing! Besides the gorgeous weather and beaches, other benefits include meeting a diverse group of law students, learning about the United States' legal system from exceptional professors, and networking with the legal community.

What separates this Law School from others is that it provides a challenging, yet caring environment. The student-faculty ratio is small, averaging about ten students per class. Thus, students are more engaged in class discussions and able to build relationships with their professors. From my personal experience, the Asian-Pacific Law staff is excellent! The classes are very interactive, fun, and challenging. For example, my Asian comparative labor law professor assigned us readings on dispatch workers in the workplace at various East-Asian countries. During class, we would summarize the readings, and then the professor would give us real-life scenarios to help us understand the advantages and disadvantages in each country. We learned about Asian law by comparing it with the United States' legal system through class discussions.

Another benefit is the networking opportunities. Throughout the year visiting professors and attorneys from around the world visit the law school to participate in informational panels. Students also have opportunities to interact with American attorneys and judges. During Orientation, I talked with a Hawaii Supreme Court justice and gained valuable insight into the American legal system.

The best networking event was this past month when the Law School celebrated its 40th Anniversary. LL.M. alumni came from various countries, including Germany, Japan, Taiwan, and Mexico, and they talked with us about how the LL.M. Program benefited them. Many of them are now successful attorneys, which was very inspiring for me.

Lastly, Hawaii is a great place to live. If you need a break from studying, just walk around the campus and see the beautiful scenery. If I wanted to escape the library, sometimes I would study at the park or beach to enjoy the Hawaiian sun. And during weekends, you can hike, golf, and eat delicious Hawaiian food with fellow classmates!
quote
jekambo
very great!
i just applied for the LLM program of the William S. Richardson school of law and I'm still waitin my admission letter.
It seems to be a very nice place for enforcing knowledges in law studies.
very great!
i just applied for the LLM program of the William S. Richardson school of law and I'm still waitin my admission letter.
It seems to be a very nice place for enforcing knowledges in law studies.
quote
What is the name of the Law School?
What is the name of the Law School?
quote
Oh, and who taught you about Asian law? :)
Oh, and who taught you about Asian law? :)
quote
lisans
Hello Stellar Lights,

The law school is University of Hawaii at Manoa, William S. Richardson School of Law. The link is provided below.
https://www.law.hawaii.edu/

The professor who taught me Asian Labor Law is Ronald Brown! https://www.law.hawaii.edu/personnel/brown/ronald

I highly recommend applying here! Please let me know if you have any questions.
Hello Stellar Lights,

The law school is University of Hawaii at Manoa, William S. Richardson School of Law. The link is provided below.
https://www.law.hawaii.edu/

The professor who taught me Asian Labor Law is Ronald Brown! https://www.law.hawaii.edu/personnel/brown/ronald

I highly recommend applying here! Please let me know if you have any questions.
quote
lisans
Hello Jekambo!

Nice! I am glad that you applied to the Law School. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Hello Jekambo!

Nice! I am glad that you applied to the Law School. Please let me know if you have any questions.
quote
jekambo
Yes :)
I applied via the LSAC Credential Assembly Service and completed my application which was transmitted to the William S. Richardson Law School.
I intend for the fall 2014, courses commencement can be around Middle August.
Until the Law School process my application for further decision, how can i be sure of that I have chances to be admitted regarding the completion of my file.
best regards
Yes :)
I applied via the LSAC Credential Assembly Service and completed my application which was transmitted to the William S. Richardson Law School.
I intend for the fall 2014, courses commencement can be around Middle August.
Until the Law School process my application for further decision, how can i be sure of that I have chances to be admitted regarding the completion of my file.
best regards
quote
Thank you very much lisans!
Thank you very much lisans!
quote
Hello Stellar Lights,

The law school is University of Hawaii at Manoa, William S. Richardson School of Law. The link is provided below.
https://www.law.hawaii.edu/

The professor who taught me Asian Labor Law is Ronald Brown! https://www.law.hawaii.edu/personnel/brown/ronald

I highly recommend applying here! Please let me know if you have any questions.


Thank you very much lisans! :) will let you know!
<blockquote>Hello Stellar Lights,

The law school is University of Hawaii at Manoa, William S. Richardson School of Law. The link is provided below.
https://www.law.hawaii.edu/

The professor who taught me Asian Labor Law is Ronald Brown! https://www.law.hawaii.edu/personnel/brown/ronald

I highly recommend applying here! Please let me know if you have any questions.</blockquote>

Thank you very much lisans! :) will let you know!
quote

Reply to Post

Related Law Schools

Honolulu, Hawaii 34 Followers 32 Discussions

Hot Discussions