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Monday, April 25, 2011
 
NFL and Law Panel at New York Law School this Tuesday

Alycia Huckabey - the President of the New York Law School Sports Law Society - lets me know about a great event tomorrow:

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Please join the New York Law School Sports Law Society for an exciting event this Tuesday April 26th from 3:30- 5:30 pm. Representatives from the NFL Players Association and a current NFL player (name to be announced soon) will discuss the current NFL lockout and answer questions.The event will be held at New York Law School, in the Auditorium (A014). 

 If you are interested in attending this event please RSVP to Alycia.huckabey@law.nyls.edu.


Best,
Alycia Huckabey 

NFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION TO HOLD DISCUSSION
TUESDAY AT NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL

WHAT:
Representatives from the NFL Players Association and a player from the NFL will hold a session at New York Law School, and is open to students, the public and media.

The program titled, “The NFL Lockout: How We Got Here and What Comes Next” is part of a series of appearances held at higher education institutions.
WHO:
·       George Atallah, NFLPA Assistant Executive Director of External Affairs
·       A Player from the National Football League (name to be released closer to date)
·       Moderated by the New York Law School Sports Law Society

MORE:
March 12, NFL owners locked out their players, ending more than 20 years of labor peace in America’s most popular sport. April 19, George Atallah and a player from the NFL will host a presentation on the state of football.

Topics such as success of the game, the lockout and how the sides reached this point will be discussed. A full question-answer session will follow.

Media availability will be conducted at the conclusion of the event.

WHEN/
WHERE:
Tuesday, April 26, 2011 3:30 pm -5:30 pm
New York Law School
185 W. Broadway New York, NY 10013
Auditorium, A014

MEDIA:
For more information or to RSVP:
Alycia Huckabey (New York Law School)







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