Friday, January 3, 2014
The AALS conference is in full swing and some good panels already. Several quick notes.
First, the coffee situation here is dire. I found Fika, a Swedish coffee shop on 58th between 6th and 7th. A nice reprieve from the conference and an only-in-New York joint (espresso, Jay Z on the radio, Swedish language place mats, etc.)
Second, I thought I'd pass along the email on the replacement session for the canceled Enviro section field trip:
The Sections on Environmental Law and Natural Resources and Energy Law have cancelled the AALS Annual Meeting Field Trip on Disaster Management, Climate, Adaptation, and Building Resilience: The Lessons from Hurricane Sandy scheduled for Friday, January 3rd. The fee of $85 to attend the field trip will be refunded after the Annual Meeting.
As a reminder, in place of the field trip, the Sections will hold this program on Friday, January 3 at 1:30-3:15pm in the Concourse E Room on the Concourse Level in the New York Hilton Midtown.
Finally, who wants to sneak out to MoMA for an hour or two? Email me: millers at uidaho dot edu.
Stephen R. Miller
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