The Sports and Entertainment Law Society would like to cordially invite you to our Third Annual Symposium entitled: "The Changing Economics of the Sports and Entertainment Industries." The symposium will offer an unprecedented opportunity to network with lawyers from top law firms (which is especially great for 1Ls as they move into the OCI process this summer!) and sports and entertainment companies. Panel topics include: NFL Concussion Litigation, Creating Value for Professional Sports Franchises, Monetization of College Sports, Copyright Reversion, and Handling Scandal. There will be breakfast at registration, lunch will be provided for all symposium participants, and a formal networking reception will follow the afternoon panels at 5PM. To register, please visit:https://duke.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_eLkA6epLaQCAAIdFore more information, please visit http://sites.duke.edu/dukelawsportsandentertainment/ or contact Shelby Highstein at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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