Renew, Refresh, Rethink*
*and Rock 'n' Roll
Annual Meeting, Athens, GA
April 16-18, 2009
Catherine M. Dunn, Georgetown University Law Library, winner of the
Rocker from Thom. Moser.
Julie Webster-Matthews, LexisNexis Librarian Relations Group, winner of the print of
downtown Athens by artist Jaime Calkin.
Connect with us
- Our event page on Facebook
- Stay up to date with news from the Local Arrangements Committee on Twitter
- Read the tweets from those who attended SEAALL 2009
- View conference photos posted on Flickr
- Watch conference videos on YouTube
Important information about registration and the reception for those arriving Thursday.
Registration is open
Support the SEAALL scholarship fund
by participating in the raffle for a beautiful,
hand-crafted chair from Thom. Moser.
Even More Athens
We know, we've given you way too much information about Athens. But we
want you to love our city almost as much as we do. A few more ideas for things to do
and see in or near Athens:
| Take a tour of Athens with Caesar Dawgustus (and Google maps)
The SEAALL Executive Board, Program Committee, and Local
Arrangements Committee invite you to attend SEAALL’s 2009 Annual Meeting in
Athens, Georgia, April 16-18, 2009.
Like Athens, the 2009 Annual Meeting will be a blend of the traditional and the
cutting edge. Traditionally the meeting features an excellent educational program
and a memorable opening reception. The same is true this year. The programs themselves cover the use of cutting edge technology in our teaching and library
- A colorful opening reception in the State Botanical Garden featuring locally grown, organic food (see the menu) and the Puckettini, a cocktail created just for us and named for Ann Puckett, director of the UGA Law Library;
- Thought provoking speakers including Dr. Michael A. Covington, an expert in artificial intelligence and information retrieval and Dr. Jay Hakes, author of A Declaration of Energy Independence;
opportunity to hear traditional and cutting edge music, be energized by
the atmosphere of dynamic, downtown Athens, or relax while strolling
through the historic university campus. See our Visiting Athens or Tours pages for additional suggestions.