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Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Law and Society Conference

Tomorrow, I’m off to Las Vegas for the Law and Society conference, so I’ll probably be doing very little blogging for the rest of the week.  If you hear from me, it will be because: (1) there’s an absolutely amazing bloggable issue I discovered and I can’t contain my excitement and wait; or (2) I’m bored in Vegas, at which point, there’s something seriously wrong with me. 

At the conference, I will be participating in an “author meets reader” panel in which a bunch of professors will be commenting on my book, The Digital Person.  Besides myself, the panel will include Neil Richards, Joel Reidenberg, Orin Kerr, and Gaia Bernstein.  After four critiques of my book, I hope that there’s a back door to the room so I can quietly slip out.  I think it will be an interesting panel, and I hope I survive the experience.  If you’ll be at the conference, stop by and say hello.  In another version of “author meets reader,” it would be nice to meet some readers of this blog, at least to confirm that somebody somewhere is reading my posts.

Posted by Daniel Solove on May 31, 2005 at 01:46 PM in Daniel Solove, Life of Law Schools | Permalink


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