Widener Law will have a strong presence at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools to be held January 5th through the 8th at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square in San Francisco, CA. This years meeting will focus on the core values of the AALS, which “emphasize excellent class room teaching across a rigorous academic curriculum.”
Dean Linda L. Ammons
will speak on Thursday, January 6th at a session entitled “Budget 101: Managing Finances in Challenging Times” that will focus on law library budgets and integrating the needs of the law library’s annual budget with the overall financial needs of the institution.
Harrisburg Dean of Students Keith E. Sealing
will speak at a session focusing on student services that begins at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday. Later in the morning, Harrisburg campus Associate Professor Randle B. Pollard
will present at a hot topic session entitled “Taxing Internet Sales: The Battle Between States and Retailers” that will examine the efforts of states to require retailers to collect state sales tax on internet sales.
On Friday, January 7th, Assistant Vice President for Alumni Relations and Development Deborah McCreery will participate in a panel entitled “Thanks and Recognition: Stewarding our Investors” that will focus on how to properly thank current donors so that they become repeat investors.
Harrisburg campus Vice Dean Robyn L. Meadows
will speak on Saturday, January 8th during a session on aging and the law that will examine “the particular concerns of arbitration and the older client.” Assistant Dean Verne R. Smith
will also speak on Saturday morning at a session on animal law.
To learn more about the AALS Annual Meeting, visit the official website