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Monday, February 14, 2011
 
National Baseball Arbitration Competition Results

Congratulations to the all of the students who competed in the 4th Annual National Baseball Arbitration Competition at Tulane Law School. We had an incredible competition this year, featuring teams from law schools across the country, including Harvard, Duke, UVA, Fordham, William & Mary, Cardozo, Notre Dame, and Georgia. Following the competition, we also had a mini-symposium featuring (as one commenter to my previous post put it) "a monster assembly of baseball guys." A special thanks to Armando Velasco, T.J. Henry, and the members of the Tulane Sports Law Society for all of your hard work in putting this competition together.

And, a special congratulations go out to the winners of the competition. Here they are…

Semifinalists: William & Mary Law School (R.C. Rasmus, Laura Brymer and Mike Bagel) and Arizona State University College of Law (Taylor Alberstadt and Nick Forner)

Second Place: University of Denver College of Law (Scott Neckers and Matt Hofmeister)

Winner: University of Miami School of Law (Jason Sosnovsky and Mark Lesorgen)

Look forward to seeing many of you down in New Orleans for next year’s competition….





6 Comments:

Ahhh look at ASU representin'!

Anonymous bail bonds las vegas -- 2/15/2011 1:28 AM  


Do you have a link to the winning briefs?

Anonymous Anonymous -- 2/15/2011 3:52 PM  


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Blogger Clownpants -- 2/15/2011 4:52 PM  


Interesting dynamic having Ohlendorf's reps and the Pirates counsel there the day after the decision. Good event.

Anonymous Anonymous -- 2/15/2011 4:53 PM  


Your post is very interesting.

Anonymous analee -- 2/16/2011 4:46 AM  


http://www.law.tulane.edu/tlsOrgs/sportslaw/index.aspx?id=11368

All the briefs are on the Tulane site.

Blogger Claire -- 2/21/2011 4:43 PM  


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