Tuesday, January 4, 2005
The very air is tingling with anticipation, as the nation kicks off one of the year’s biggest weeks. It starts tonight with the College Football National Championship game between the Southern Cal Trojans and the Oklahoma Sooners in the Fed Ex® Bowl at Miami's Pro Player® Stadium, and then continues with the AALS Annual Meeting, which thunders into San Francisco tomorrow.
The matchup between the Trojans and the Sooners promises some big-time thrills, but the teams will have their work cut out for them to match the sheer excitement of the four days of nonstop action that is the AALS, as law professors on expense account—many of them veterans of the Sixties who will have flowers in what remains of their hair—descend on the City by the Bay. All the details are in the massive 180-page program which is available online.
The Contract Section program is Saturday at 1:15, and features Juliet Kostritsky, Richard Craswell, Avery Katz, Bob Scott, and George Triantis, on "Incomplete Contracts: The Implications for Contract Law."