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Friday, January 05, 2007

AALS withdrawal

I always enjoy the AALS (and the various -- often much more interesting and engaging -- satellite meetings).  This year, I'm missing all but the last day, because the school where I'm visiting started class this week.  I keep checking Larry Solum's blog, waiting for one of his tour-de-force live-blogs of a big Con Law program, but, so far, nothing.  I admit it -- I'm jonesing.  What's going on at AALS?  Any particularly good, lively sessions?

Posted by Rick Garnett on January 5, 2007 at 11:02 AM in Life of Law Schools | Permalink


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I really enjoyed the following:

1) Copyright Civil Disobedience (which combined IP & jurisprudence scholars--I'm blogging it later this week)
2) Internet & telephony (fantastic panel discussion well-moderated by Mark Lemley)
3) Antitrust and IP (a packed Saturday morning session)
4) Developments in Health Insurance (featuring some very big names in health law who gave great presentations--watch for Tim Jost's book on Consumer Driven Health Care if you have any interest in mkt-oriented solutions to the American health insurance crisis).

Posted by: Frank | Jan 8, 2007 9:54:39 AM

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