The conference, which will take place at the State Bar of Georgia, will feature a rigorous academic component. The first day of the conference will be devoted to three core presentations on evidence, statutory interpretation, and legal writing, taught by professors of law from Georgia State University and Mercer University. On the second day, the conference will offer break-out sessions on special education and other topics to augment the core presentations.

In addition to providing an excellent continuing education program, GAAJ will ensure that you enjoy your visit to Atlanta. A block of rooms has been reserved at the historic, cosmopolitan Glenn Hotel, located directly across the street from the State Bar. You will have a spectacular view of downtown Atlanta from the hotel’s rooftop lounge, where the NAALJ Board reception will be held on the evening of Monday, May 2. Your conference registration fee also includes a trip to see the Atlanta Braves play the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday evening, May 3.

Via NAALJ.ORG Feb 2011 Newsletter