Harvard Club Brownbagger: The Curious Kealoha Case
Join us and bring your guests on Thursday, Oct. 17th for a uniquely informed overview of the strange criminal case of former HPD Chief Louis Kealoha and his wife, former Honolulu Deputy Prosecutor Katherine Kealoha. Our speaker will be Ken Lawson, UH Law School faculty member and frequent local TV news commentator on this and other high profile criminal law issues. Ken is an Associate Faculty Specialist at the William S. Richardson Law School where he teaches Criminal Procedure, Criminal Law, Professional Responsibility, and Evidence. He is also the Co-Director of the Hawaii Innocence Project. Ken was chosen by the graduating class as the faculty speaker at the Law School Commencement ceremonies in 2016, and he is consistently a favorite faculty member in law student evaluations. He is the recipient of a 2017 Regents’ Excellence in Teaching Award for his “extraordinary gifts” and the “strength of character” he brings to his teaching.
Date: Thursday, October 17th, 2019
Time: Noon - 1:30 pm
Place: The Ohana Room at Architects Hawaii, Ltd, through the courtesy of Harvard Club member David Miller. It's on the 29th floor of the Makai Tower of Pacific Guardian Center, 733 Bishop Street.
Lunch: Bring your own sandwich, bento, beverage, etc.
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