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CLICK HERE to register to attend the symposium.

Spring 2011 Sports Law Symposium – Friday, March 25, 2011

 

The Changing Face of Intercollegiate Athletics:

Amateurs, Academics, and the Athletic Arms Race

Harvard Law School

Friday, March 25, 2011

9:30am-6:30pm

Morning Session (9:30am-1:00pm) in Ames Courtroom (2nd Floor, Austin Hall)

Afternoon Session (1:00pm-6:30pm) in Ames Courtroom (2nd Floor, Austin Hall)

Harvard Law School’s Committee on Sports and Entertainment Law will host the 2011 Sports Law Symposium on Friday,  March 25, 2011.  CSEL’s 2011 Sports Law Symposium will focus on the legal and business issues surrounding intercollegiate athletics and the National Collegiate Athletic Association.  The overarching theme of the symposium will be: “The Changing Face of Intercollegiate Athletics: Amateurs, Academics, and the Athletic Arms Race.”

The Keynote Speaker for the symposium is Sonny Vaccaro, “The Godfather of Basketball”.  A former sports marketing executive with Nike, Adidas, and Reebok, Vaccaro will discuss his current role as an advocate for NCAA student-athletes, including his role as a consultant in O’Bannon v. NCAA.

The event is free and open to the public.

CLICK HERE to register to attend the symposium.

CLICK HERE for a complete symposium schedule and list of panels and speakers.

The Next Big Thing: Emerging Issues in Entertainment Law

Harvard Law School

Austin West

Friday, November 12


Featuring panels of industry professionals exploring the latest legal trends in video games, music, film and television, and journalism.

Keynote Speaker Schuyler M. Moore, Partner in Corporate Entertainment at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan

No registration is necessary and the event is free.

Click here for schedule.

For more information about this year’s symposium on March 26, click the link below:

www.harvardjsel.com/symposium

Schedule

Click here for details

WELCOME TO CSEL!

Welcome to the website for the Harvard Law School Committee on Sports and Entertainment Law.  CSEL works to bring speakers to campus that have experience working in the sports or entertainment industries.  Past speakers have included lawyers that work at large law firms serving sports and entertainment clients, agents, CEOs and General Counsels of teams and studios, and representatives from sports leagues, players associations, and talent unions.

 

 

 

The Committee on Sports and Entertainment Law is an officially recognized student-run organization of Harvard Law School.  The Harvard Law School’s name and/or shield are trademarks of the President and Fellows of Harvard College and are used by permission of Harvard University.

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