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SEAALL 2020 Annual Meeting & Institute, Jackson, MS at The Westin Jackson
April 16-18, 2020
(canceled on March 11, 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak) 

Although this year's in-person Annual Meeting was canceled, SEAALL is happy to announce that we will be hosting a virtual conference. Starting the week of May 18 and ending the week of June 1, we will be offering three programs per week at noon EST via Zoom. The conference is free of charge and open to all SEAALL members. Please find the detailed schedule and the Zoom Meeting Information below.

2020 SEAALL Virtual Conference.docx

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  • The Library Lounge and Bar at the Fairview Inn, home of Mississippi author-themed cocktails
  • The Manship Wood Fired Kitchen restaurant and bar
  • Thalia Mara Hall - Jackson is one of four host sites of the International Ballet Competition
  • Catch live music at places like F. Jones Corner
  • Brent's Drugs in Jackson's Fondren neighborhood
  • The Lamar Life Building and St. Andrew's Episcopal Cathedral in downtown Jackson
  • Statue of novelist Eudora Welty on the campus of Millsaps College
  • Names after Andrew Jackson, the City has a statute of the seventh President on the grounds of City Hall.
  • The Eudora Welty House in Jackson's Belhaven neighborhood
  • Highland Village, in Northeast Jackson, hosts a number of restaurants, retail establishments, and grocery stores such as Whole Foods.
  • Jackson's newest establishment, The District at Eastover
  • Mississippi Museum of Art
  • The Carroll Gartin Justice Building, home of the Supreme Court of Mississippi, Court of Appeals for the State of Mississippi, and the State Law Library of Mississippi
  • The Thad Cochran United States Courthouse for the Souther District of Mississippi
  • Estelle Wine Bar and Bistro in the Westin Jackson
  • The Westin Jackson, host of the 2020 Annual Meeting
  • The Mississippi Civil Rights Museum


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