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January 06, 2012

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James Grimmelmann

The programming at AALS is such a chaotic failure that I'm having a hard time caring about this. Some sections' panels are interesting, to be sure. But overall, it's consistently a sprawling, bureaucratic mess and I doubt that the annual meeting is an effective way to make any voices heard, new or old.

Howard Wasserman

SEALS has long imposed a one-panel limit on speakers. And that (along with locale) is part of what makes that an appealing place to go, especially for newer, less-established professors or professors at less-prestigious schools.

DS Dobkin

Was there a panel on pedagogical methods to break U.S. employment laws in faculty hiring? I would have thought that would have been the program highlight? Pretty soon, they'll need a panel on how they are going to pay all of the million dollar judgments against law schools.

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