Friday, November 21, 2008

Live Blogging From Harvard Program on Globalization of the Legal Profession

Posted by Jeff Lipshaw

I am sitting in the Ropes & Gray Room in Pound Hall at Harvard Law School, next to Bill Henderson, attending a day-long program on the globalization of the legal profession.  Right now, Dr. David Nersessian, the executive director of the Harvard Law School Program on the Legal Profession is giving an overview of the day, which will include a keynote address from Ben Heineman, the former GC of GE, and talks by David Wilkins, Elena Kagan, and other luminaries.  Bill just said, hey, why don't you live blog?  And that's what I'm going to.

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Great idea. Looking forward to your live blogging on such an interesting subject.

Posted by: W.R. Chambers | Nov 21, 2008 6:54:06 AM

How's the conference going? Are they going to make papers / videos of presentations available? I'd have loved to attend but found out about the event far too late :(

Posted by: Rob Millard | Nov 21, 2008 11:43:07 AM

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