May 25, 2010
CALI Conference 2010: Reboot Legal Education
The only conference I've ever attended that has something going on all day, every day, of interest, without huge gaping holes of emptiness in the program like, well AALL, is CALI's annual conference. Maybe its just that I'm not all that techie, certainly not an "early adapter," but I like to learn about what's going on from speakers actively engaged in moving forward and from attendees afterwards. Looks like the 20th annual CALI conference is no different. See Beta version .93 of CALICon10 Agenda. This year's conference in being held at Rutgers University School of Law, Camden, Thursday-Saturday, June 24-26, 2010. I won't be attending this year but, hopefully, you will be.
No, it is not as close to Atlantic City casinos as CALI's UNLV conference was to Las Vegas casinos for after-session activities a few of years back but is a one-hour commute really a serious obstacle to hurdle?
20-years! Congratulations CALI.
Oh, BTW, will AALL ever schedule an annual meeting in Las Vegas, the "family-friendly" capital of conventions in the US of A, if not the planet? My hunch is attendance would be record-breaking. Looks like 2017 is open. Future annual meeting sites here. [JH]