- the philosophy and importance of the Palila and Mamane to cultural resources,
- recovery plans, and
- current management efforts, .
We hope you will share your thoughts.
The William S. Richardson School of Law’s Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law was established in 2005. Ka Huli Ao focuses on education, research, community outreach, and the preservation of invaluable historical, legal, and traditional and customary materials. Ka Huli Ao also offers new courses and supports Native Hawaiian law students as they pursue legal careers and leadership roles.
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