Attended it tonight, at George Mason Univ. School of Law. Most was about things I already knew, but I did get to meet Dick Heller,
Then there was Dennis Hennigan of Brady Campaign. He was explaining hiow Heller was actually a good thing for them, since now they could pass various forms of legislation without anyone being able to argue it will lead to confiscation. Unfortunately time ran out in the Q-and-As before I could ask him "If Heller is such a great thing for you, policy-wise, does this mean you are going to support incorporation and application to the States? Wouldn't that be even better for you?"
A friend pointed out an amusing incongruity. The event was held in the Robert Levy rotunda. Levy was one of the attorneys for Parker/Heller, and there's a plaque to him in the hall. There is also a plaque to the law school's first dean. Who wrote the first law review article arguing for a collective rights view, back in the 1930s.
The two plaques are nearly facing each other across the hall.