At the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting in New York City last week, Professor Annemarie Bridy was elected Chair of the Internet and Computer Law Section for 2014.  She moderated the Section's panel on The Disruptive Rise of the Mobile Internet, which explored how the shift from the open Web to the world of mobile apps alters old debates about power, intermediaries, regulation, and other topics in Internet and computer law. Professor Bridy also moderated the Art Law Section's panel on Access to Art (A2A) and IP, which was a discussion of how intellectual property law, specifically copyright law, affects the public’s ability to access, enjoy, and create art.