David M. Forman
Director of the Environmental Law Program
School of law
University of Hawaii
United States of America
David M. Forman is Director of the Environmental Law Program, and Faculty Specialist with the Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law. He joined the faculty full-time in Summer 2010, and teaches: Administrative Law, Lawyering Fundamentals I, Second Year Seminar, Appellate Advocacy, as well as Food Law and Policy. Mr. Forman previously served as Faculty Pro Bono Advisor from 1998-1999, co-taught an Advanced Legal Seminar on Reparations with Professor Eric Yamamoto in 2006, and served as an Adjunct Professor/Lecturer in Appellate Advocacy then Legal Practice II from 2006-2010.
Appellate Advocacy then Legal Practice
A Room for Adam and Steve in Mrs. Murphy B&B: Acknowledging the Sin of Inhospitality in Places of Public Accommodation” 23.2 Colum. J. Gender & Law 326 (2012).
Hoohana Aku, a Ho‘ola Aku: A Legal Primer for Traditional and Customary Rights in Hawai (2012) (with Susan K. Serrano).
Traditional and Customary Access and Gathering Rights, in NATIVE HAWAIIAN LAW: A Treatise (Kamehameha Publ. 2015)