Wednesday, April 22nd
The conference will begin on Wednesday with the Symposium on ADR in the Courts, opening rounds of the ABA Representation in Mediation Competition, Section Leadership Meetings, and special events.
Thursday and Friday, April 23rd and 24th
Plenary programs, showcase events, and approximately 50 concurrent educational programs are scheduled for Thursday and Friday. There will be a conference reception on Thursday evening and an Awards breakfast on Friday morning.
Saturday, April 25th
The conference will conclude on Saturday with the Legal Educators’ Colloquium programs and the Legal Educators Luncheon where the award for outstanding scholarly work will be presented to the 2020 recipient.
Take advantage of New Orleans opportunities for fun, adventure, dining, and networking. Here are just a few unique New Orleans highlights:
Locals and tourists alike have raved about the National War II Museum since it opened on D-Day – June 6, 2000. Powerful images and extraordinary artifacts bring to life the American Spirit, the courage, teamwork and sacrifice of the young men and women who won the war and changed the world.
The New Orleans African American Museum is located in the Tremé section of New Orleans, a neighborhood that was once home to the nation’s largest, most prosperous and politically progressive community of blacks by the mid-1850s, NOAAM is dedicated to the preservation, presentation, and interpretation of the culture of the African Diaspora.
New Orleans cuisine
There is not enough time to enjoy all the food options of New Orleans. The ABA staff will be frequenting the Café du Monde for beignets and chicory coffee. Or, if you have been craving gumbo, red beans and rice, and other traditional New Orleans foods, search the many dining options.
A multitude of tours
Or perhaps you want to take culinary tour, a swamp tour, or riverboat tour. Find more information about tours, events in New Orleans at the NewOrleans.com web site.
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