Thursday, June 10, 2010

LSAT Prep Class

Back on May 27, 2010, we posted to our google groups an update regarding our upcoming LSAT preparation class.

If you didn't read it there, then you can read it below:

Aloha Kakou,

We're happy to announce that we are near confirmation/finalization of dates. We're still fine tuning a few issues, but expect those to be resolved rather quickly. We're "at a place" where we feel comfortable enough to "officially" say that we're accepting applications for our LSAT Preparation program that will start on July 20, with an information session, followed by a regular weekly schedule of classes lasting until October [5]. The last day of class is one week before the October 9, 2010 LSAT.

Applications are due by Friday, June 18, 2010, at 5pm. This means applications must be received at our office on June 18. Applications postmarked on June 18 will be considered late. All applicants must also take a diagnostic test scheduled for Saturday, June 26, 2010, at the law school (2515 Dole Street). The diagnostic test begins at 9am. All interested applicants should arrive by 8:45am.

Applications can be downloaded online by going to Applicants admitted into our program are responsible for paying a nominal $75 program fee. Additionally, program participants are generally expected to register to take the LSAT and attend all classes.

Punawaiola Paina: Developing a Digital Archive


Saturday June 19, 2010
9:00 am through 5:00 pm
William S. Richardson School of Law
Classroom 2

We are creating a digital link to the records of the Kingdom of Hawai`i and need your support. Ka Huli Ao Digital Archives have been created to make our history available to the community. We need help preparing documents for upload to our databases. Volunteers at our party will be provided with coffee, pastries, lunch and files to work on. Bring your laptop and we will provide the rest.

RSVP by June 16 so that we can provide for each of our volunteers.
Contact Keith Johnston at or call 956-4092.