34 U. Haw. L. Rev. [i] (2012)

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        University of Hawai'i Law Review

                Volume 34 / Number 1 / Winter 2012

A Modest Proposal for Determining Class
Member Damages: Aggregation and Extrapolation
in the Kalima v. State Breach of Homelands Trust
Class Action
  Eric K. Yamamoto and Kanoelani Pu 'uohau

Christian Legal Society v. Martinez:
In Hindsight
   Timothy J. Tracey                                             71

Think Globally, Act Locally: How Innovative
Domestic American Efforts to Reduce Shark
Finning May Accomplish What the International
Community Has Not
  Cameron S. G. Jefferies                                       125

Missing the Men: Defining Female
Servicemembers as Primary Caregivers in
Deployment Deferral Policy
  Malcolm Wilkerson                                             161

A Self-Executing Article XI, Section 9-
The Door For a Bivens Action for
Environmental Rights?
  Michelle Oh Yip                                               187

The Aloha Corporation: Infusing the Culture of
Hawai'i to Broaden the Perspective of Business and
Return to Community
  Brent Kakesako                                                221

The New First Amendment: Allowing Unlimited
Corporate Election Speech Free from Response
  Ryan Rodoni                                                   263

Beeler v. Astrue: Addressing the Claims of
Posthumously Conceived Children to Survivor Benefits
  Jennifer Foor                                                 309

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