December 31, 2009
PROFESSOR BAINBRIDGE: AALS Panels: “informative and engaging”?
I don’t attend the AALS very much. It’s too crowded, it’s at a bad time of the year, and frankly it just feels like a waste of my time when I go most of the time. I prefer the Southeastern Association of Law Schools conference, which is in the summer, is smaller — so that you can hang out in the bar in the evenings and talk to people — and more fun. I should probably give AALS another chance, as I haven’t been in several years, but it won’t be this year.