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Friday, April 13, 2007
Harvard Law School Panel on NBA Regulation of Player Expression
Next Wednesday, April 18th, Harvard Law School's Committee on Sports and Entertainment Law will host a panel entitled On & Off the Court: The NBA's Regulation of Player Expression. The panel will discuss the new NBA age limit, new technical foul rules, the dress code, and other issues that relate to life as an NBA player and life as a prospective NBA player.
The panel will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Pound 107 (directions to HLS/campus map). The event is open to the public.
I am honored to be a panelist, particularly since this subject is near and dear to my heart and particularly since each of the other panelists brings with him extraordinary experiences and insights on NBA player issues (just take a look below at who the other panelists are--it's an incredible group). Here is the official flyer on what should be an outstanding event:
Harvard Law School Committee on Sports and Entertainment Law Presents
ON & OFF THE COURT
The NBA's Regulation of Player Expression
Wednesday, April 18, 2007 7:30 p.m.
Harvard Law School
Deputy Counsel of the National Basketball Player's Association (NBPA)
LeBron James' representative and CEO of LRMR Marketing
Sports Law Professor, Scholar, and Litigator
Business Manager of Vince Carter and LeBron James
Columnist of the Kansas City Star and AOL Sports
Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School and former Chief Legal Counsel at IMG
If you are in the Boston area next Wednesday, I hope that you are able to attend what should be a fantastic discussion on issues concerning player autonomy in the NBA, and it would be great to meet you and any reader of this blog. For more information about the panel, please e-mail Mike Menitove at email@example.com.