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Friday, April 15, 2011
New Jersey State Bar Association Symposium: Who You Calling an Amateur? Legal Perspectives on the NCAA’s Amateurism Rules
This looks like an excellent event:
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 – 6 p.m.
Seton Hall Law School – One Newark Center, Room 373, Newark, NJ
Who You Calling an Amateur? Legal Perspectives on the NCAA’s Amateurism Rules
Hosted by the Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association
co-sponsored by the Sports Lawyers Association
This program will discuss the NCAA’s current amateurism rules, proposed changes to those rules, and the recent litigation relating to the use of a student athlete’s name and likeness.
This program has been approved for the following CLE credits: 1.8 NJ, 1.0 PA, 1.5 NY
$32 per person for EASL Section members, includes program, CLE credits and dinner.
For those wishing to attend only the program and dinner without receiving CLE credits, the cost is $17 per person.
Individuals interested in attending can register online at the NJSBA website.
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