On October 26 and 27—yes, just before Hurricane Sandy slammed the Northeast—New York Law School held In re Books, a “conference on law and the future of books.” Hosted by NYLS professor (and PW contributing editor) James Grimmelmann, the conference brought together authors, publishers, librarians, scholars, and readers to think deeply about the challenges facing books in a digital age. Couldn’t make it to the conference? No problem—the full video of the conference is now available online, with downloadable versions ready soon. And check out Grimmelmann’s personal reflections on the program at the PWxyz blog.