(Almost) Live From Honolulu: The ABA
Would that I were heading to Honolulu this week, where the American Bar Association convenes its annual meeting starting Thursday. But those of us not attending will nonetheless be able to see and hear highlights of the meeting, if not of Hawaii. For the first time, the ABA will make portions of this year's meeting available through podcasts and Web video.
At the ABA News Annual Meeting Update site, the ABA will post video of the opening speeches by President Michael Greco and President-Elect Karen Mathis, as well as the Assembly keynote by Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy.
The ABA also plans a series of podcasts during the meeting. They include audio of Greco's Friday news conference, Justice Kennedy's keynote, an Aug. 7 panel on government snooping moderated by Court TV's Catherine Crier and speeches by incoming president Karen J. Mathis and incoming president-elect William H. Neukom.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on July 31, 2006 at 03:46 PM | Permalink
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