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Program Reminder: AALS Section on Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Services

posted by Anna Gelpern

The section program at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools in San Francisco on January 7 is a veritable Credit Slips reunion show.  The theme is post-crisis regulation of finance.  The Call for Papers panel at 4 pm features papers by William Birdthistle, Jim Hawkins, Adam Levitin, Alan White and Sarah Woo.  The 7 am breakfast is a policy roundtable representing a range of interdisciplinary perspectives, including Cristie FordBill Kovacic, Brett McDonnell and Annelise Riles, with Heidi Schooner moderating.  Both meetings are at the Parc 55 hotel in Union Square.  Registration informaiton is here; program details are here.


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