After a day of rest to collect my thoughts and return my body to sea level, I find myself still wanting to write about the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Meeting. That in itself is interesting to me—after three days for me (including a Sunday), four articles and a whole lot of chatting, I’m usually fully burnt out on conferences. But maybe it’s a function of not being at a large conference since Legalweek in March, or maybe it’s the show itself, but I’m feeling alright.
Plus, I think there’s a lot to talk about with AALL. Here’s my main takeaways from the panels, conversations, and overall feel of the conference after three days in Denver.