To begin approximately February 25, 2013 or as soon as possible.
Duties and Responsibilities
Working through the School of Law Environmental Law Program, initially at the State Department of Agriculture, with the State Attorney General’s office, and with the collaborating agencies of the Coordinating Group on Alien Pest Species(CGAPS), fellowship will focus on high priority revisions to administrative rules and policies that support the implementation of the CGAPS action plan.
Juris Doctor degree, 2008-2012 William S. Richardson School of Law graduates of only, with focused course of study or certificate in environmental law; strong research and writing experience; and familiarity with Hawaii or regional environmental law issues.
Excellent inter-personal communication skills; experience in diverse legal practice settings; excellent project and time management skills; ability to work independently and in multi-stakeholder settings.
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