Wednesday, January 5, 2005
The Mother Ship’s annual conclave starts today in San Francisco, with the first events at around 2:00 this afternoon, Pacific time. It's cloudy but a bearable 50 degrees. Rain is, of course, expected throughout the weekend, but daytime temperatures should stay in the mid-fifties.
Today is somewhat slim pickings for commercial types, but you might be interested in the following, all of which start at 2 p.m.:
The Immigration and the Labor & Employment Sections are running a panel on Guestworker Programs: Proposals and Perspectives.
The Law & Economics Section is doing a panel on Experimental Methods. Details aren’t available in the program.
The Sections on North American Cooperation, International Law, and International Legal Exchange are putting on Dispute Resolution Under NAFTA and the WTO.
Tonight, from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m., the Section on Socio-Economics is hosting a reception. Historically, you’ve been able to have a pretty good dinner off the hors d’oeuvres at their get-togethers. There’s a slew of member school events, but the best-looking is the Wine Reception hosted by Whittier Law School, from 6:00 to 7:30.