Have you ever entertained the idea of working in the sports industry, but don't know how to do it? Do you want to hear professional athletes, agents, and managers discuss if the law treats players worse than normal employees? Do you have any interest in representing athletes in America or abroad? Do you care about the future of digital media and its impact on the sports industry? The Sports and Entertainment Law Society will be hosting its first annual symposium. Our speakers come from all areas of sports law. Panelists include: former NBA team manager, NBA agent, NASCAR driver, financial planner to players in every professional league, former professional football player, the UFL's director of digital media, and Duke University's Assistant Director of Athletics for Compliance. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, contact Jennifer Sanderson at email@example.com.
Representing Athletes in 2011
- Hoffman '92 named Rutgers University's senior vice president and general counsel Rutgers Today
- Azar ’99 argues Ninth Circuit appeal on behalf of Citi borrowers seeking class certification over bank’s failure to modify mortgages Law360
- Roberts '00 appointed to N.C. Ethics Commission N.C. Office of the Governor