32 U. Haw. L. Rev. [i] (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/uhawlr32 and id is 1 raw text is: University of Hawai'i Law Review
Volume 32 / Number 1 / Winter 2009
An Open Letter From Heaven to Barack Obama
F. Michael Higginbotham                                   1
Emerging Trends in International, Federal, and State and
Local Government Procurement in an Era of Global
Economic Stimulus Funding
Danielle M. Conway                                       29
Setting Aside Transfers of Property in Foreign Countries:
How Long Is the Reach of the United States Bankruptcy Court?
Don Jeffrey Gelber                                       53
Tax Justice and Same-Sex Domestic Partner Health
Benefits: An Analysis of the Tax Equity For Health
Plan Beneficiaries Act
Michelle D. Layser                                       73
A Macabre Fixation: Is Plastination Copyrightable?
Kirill Ershov                                           125
Electronic Discovery: A Call for a New Rules
Regime for the Hawai'i Courts
Brandon M. Kimura and Eric K. Yamamoto                  153
Method is Irrelevant: Allowing Native Hawaiian
Traditional and Customary Subsistence Fishing to Thrive
Andrew R. Carl                                          203
Maka'ala Ke Kanaka Kahea Manu: Examining a Potential
Adjustment of Kamehameha Schools' Tuition Policy
Lahela Hiapola 'ela 'e Farrington Hite                  237
Refereeing the Recruiting Game: Applying Contract
Law to Make the Intercollegiate Recruitment Process Fair
Jamie Y. Nomura                                         275
Copyright 0 2009 by the University of
Hawai'i Law Review

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