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41 U. Haw. L. Rev. [v] (2018-2019)
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            University of Hawai'i

                  Law Review

            Volume 41 / Number 2 / Summer 2019
SYMPOSIUM: The Role of International Courts in Protecting
Environmental Commons

Foreword: The Role of International Courts in
Protecting the Environmental Commons
      Christina Voigt                                243

Lorenzo's Answer
      Associate Justice Michael D. Wilson            248

Adjudication vs. Negotiation in Protecting
Environmental Commons
      Daniel Bodansky                                260

The Use of Courts to Protect the Environmental
      Lakshman Guruswamy

Applying Indigenous Ecological Knowledge
for the Protection of Environmental
Commons: Case Studies from Hawai'i for
the Benefit of Island Earth
      David M. Forman                                300

International Adjudication and the Commons
      Margaret A. Young                              353


Navigating the Compact Free Association: Three
Decades of Supervised Self-Governance
      Kevin Morris                                   384

Copyright © 2018 by the University of Hawai'i Law Review
               ISSN: 1942-9223

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