First things first. I am in Dallas this week, for the first time ever: Any tips?
A friend from Alabama also will be in the city known to “Live Large. Think Big” (whatever that means), and he made a pretty good suggestion: We should visit the Texas School Book Depository. For some people, that may not ring any bells, but it is the structure in which Lee Harvey Oswald crouched as he fired fatal shots at President John F. Kennedy back in 1963.
The building is still on Dealey Plaza, and the sixth and seventh floors have been converted into a museum commemorating the awful day. Read more about it here.
Yeah, we may be downers. But what history-lover is not?
But because I may find myself with any additional free time, I would appreciate some tourist insight from folks who know this town. Write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On the focused-on-the-conference-front, I will be enjoying quite a bit of learning at the hands of presenters at the NABE midyear conference. And I’m happy to add that I will be one of those presenters. (Thanks again to those who offered suggestions for our panel on social media!)
On Wednesday, just before we present, we’ll have the opportunity to hear from Jordan Furlong. (Follow him on Twitter here.)
Furlong, a Canadian lawyer, is one of a handful of people focused with clear eyes on the future of the legal profession.
I have mentioned Furlong more than once in my blog, but for a real education, head over to his own page. There, you can read his insights on, most recently, legal education. (See posts here and here.)
That’s it for now. I eagerly await your Dallas suggestions!Follow @azatty