For the past twenty years, the Center for Consumer Law has held its “Teaching Consumer Law” Conference. The next meeting will be May, 2021, and I think those of us who are teaching, interested in teaching, or just curious about what goes on in the classroom will find we have a lot to talk about. In addition to the usual topics dealing with current issues in consumer law, I assume the effect of the current pandemic on consumers will be of interest to faculty, as well as our students. The pandemic or other long term disasters raise issues regarding whether current consumer law “works,” when such a disaster strikes, and how the teaching of consumer law may change as virtual classes become more common. I will keep you informed about deadlines and other details as the time gets closer and hope to see you next May, but for now…..