Tuesday, January 3, 2006
Like most relatively new law professors, I'm having flashbacks at the Marriott Wardman Park. For those readers who aren't law professors, the Wardman Park is the site of the annual AALS Hiring Conference, affectionately known as the meat market. For those who haven't gone through it, let me just say that the meat market experience burns itself into a person's memory. Sadly enough, due to Katrina, the Wardman is also the site of this year's AALS Annual Conference. So I keep walking down the hall muttering about my research agenda for no good reason.
To add to this, I'm peeved right now about having to pay for WiFi access in the hotel lobby. C'mon Marriott, Starbucks gives it away for free.
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