I'm not sure how many parts there will be, as I'm still filtering all my notes, the first part of the keynote talked about how we view the rule of law in our society from a societal perspective, from a historical perspective, from a present and future perspective, from a cultural perspective, and from a perspective of language, interpretation and comprehension. I just hope that my notes do justice to how well Robert Shaffer did in kicking off the colloquium and setting the stage for bringing vendors, librarians and stakeholders together to identify difference and defining the common connections we all share. You can find a good recap of the presentation from the AALL Spectrum Blog, here, here and even the handout, here.
Finally, Roberta said that anyone from the Library of Congress is obligated to mention Thomas Jefferson whenever possible. Therefore, I found the closest avatar I could find that looked like Thomas Jefferson (although, it is really Issac Newton) rather than one that looked or sounded like Roberta.