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Williamson Chang

Williamson Chang is a professor of Law and member of the faculty senate at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Professor Chang has been teaching at the University of Hawaii School of Law for 37 years. He specializes in water rights, Native Hawaiian rights, the legal history of Hawaii and conflict of laws.
Nai Aupuni Decision To Sidestep Legal Challenge Raises New Legal Issues Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Nai Aupuni Decision To Sidestep Legal Challenge Raises New Legal Issues

A law professor and Nai Aupuni delegate candidate explores the legality and impact of the decision to abandon the election and seat all 196 candidates.
On Annexation of Hawaii, Scalia Fails Constitutionality Test Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States

On Annexation of Hawaii, Scalia Fails Constitutionality Test

A joint resolution of Congress doesn't empower the United States to acquire another country. Only a treaty can do that.
Kerry’s Visit a Chance to Answer Questions on Native Hawaiian Recognition PF Bentley/Civil Beat

Kerry’s Visit a Chance to Answer Questions on Native Hawaiian Recognition

Will the Secretary of State address the single most important question raised in Hawaii since 1898.