Renowned international legal and financial experts to offer courses at law school's second annual summer programUniversity of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
HONOLULU — The William S. Richardson School of Law is proud to announce its Second Annual Hawaiʻi Summer Law Program, which begins on July 2 and runs through August 3, featuring an impressive slate of international legal and business scholars offering special courses in ethics and international protection of human rights. School of Law faculty will also offer law courses in civil and criminal procedure, insurance law and professional responsibility.
A noted financial genius, Will Weinstein will teach a course on "Honest, Trust and Professional Ethics" that will focus on ethical performance in law, business and medicine. In addition to teaching at San Francisco State University, Weinstein has 40 years of experience in the financial services business, was the governor of the American Stock Exchange for five years, and currently serves as a financial investment advisor and money manager to individuals and corporations active in the equity markets.
Renowned international scholar Ved Nanda will co-teach a course on "International Protection of Human Rights" with the law school‘s expert and scholar, Professor Jon Van Dyke. Nanda, an honorary Yale graduate fellow, has served as the vice provost for internationalization at the University of Denver since 1994, and has been teaching international law for more than 40 years.
An orientation and welcoming reception for students and faculty will be held on Monday, July 1, at 3 p.m. in the School of Law‘s courtyard. For more information about the summer program, contact Hawaiʻi Summer Law Program Director Spencer Kimura at 956-9038 or visit www.hawaii.edu/law/summer.
For more information, visit: http://www.hawaii.edu/law/summer