AALS and Religion
Daniel G. Gibbens
dgibbens at UOKNOR.EDU
Fri Jan 17 14:30:58 PST 1997
I'd highly recommend the Fish-Carter-Smith(of Colo) panel content-wise.
Good topic, and well-focused papers. Also the Constitutional Tragedies
panel was interesting (moderator Levinson, 11 or so participants including
McConnell and Balkin) even though all I heard was the first half.
(Perhaps pertinent to the quality of my judgment: I haven't been to an
AALS meeting since the early 1970s.)
Dan Gibbens, U. of Oklahoma Law
On Mon, 13 Jan 1997, Steven D. Jamar wrote:
> The one with Stanley Fish & Stephen Carter was entertaining. I leave it to
> others to comment on the substance of it. I could not attend the other
> panels (and I even missed the dinner) :-( because of my heavy
> LRW-related commitments.
> > I was unable to attend the AALS this year. My question to those of you
> > who did attend is: were there any particularly good
> > panels/presentations on topics relevant to this list? If so, what were
> > they? (I'll get the tapes). Thanks.
> > ----------
> > Rick Duncan (rduncan at unlinfo.unl.edu)
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