The University of Hawaii at Manoa Richardson School of Law‘s Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law yesterday unveiled a new periodic publication that features papers on cutting-edge issues involving Native Hawaiian law. The papers are written after the center’s post-JD research fellows.
The publication is titled ‘Ohia and is named after a line from a chant for King Kalakaua: “gather up every bit of the basic knowledge of Hawaii” (‘ohia mai ā pau pono nā ʻike kumu o Hawaiʻi).
From a press release:
Melody MacKenzie, Director of Ka Huli