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Friday, February 17, 2017
 
Legal & Ethical Issues Affecting NFL Player Health

Harvard Law School will be holding their 2017 Sports Symposium on Tuesday, March 7 with the topic this year of "Legal & Ethical Issues Affecting NFL Player Health." The event will be highlighted by a keynote address by DeMaurice Smith, the executive director of the NFLPA. The tentative panels and participants are:

Keynote Address
DeMaurice Smith, Executive Director, NFLPA

Concussion Legacy Foundation
Chris Nowinski, Co-Founder & CEO, Concussion Legacy Foundation
Robert Cantu, MD, Co-Founder & Medical Director, Concussion Legacy Foundation
Isaiah Kacyvenski, Co-Founder & Managing Director, Sports Innovation Lab
Peter Carfagna, Lecturer on Law, Harvard Law School

NCAA Panel
Oliver Luck, EVP of Regulatory Affairs, NCAA
Brant Berkstresser, Assoc Dir of Athletics, Head Trainer, Harvard University
Buddy Teevens, Head Football Coach, Dartmouth University
A.L. (Lorry) Spitzer, Partner, Ropes & Gray
Warren K. Zola, Carroll School of Management, Boston College

Athlete Panel
Andrew Hawkins, Cleveland Browns
Stephon Tuitt, Pittsburgh Steelers
Johsnon Bademosi, Detroit Lions
Michael McCann, University of New Hampshire

Team, NFL & NFLPA Perspectives
Arthur McAfee, SVP of Player Engagement, NFL
Joe Briggs, Public Policy Counsel, NFLPA
Kevin Warren, COO, Minnesota Vikings
Christopher Deubert, Senior Law & Ethics Associate, Petrie-Flom Center, Harvard Law School
Kenneth Shropshire, Professor, Wharton School

Open to the public, the event will run from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm in Milstein West on the Harvard Law School campus. For more details on the event, feel free to contact Carlin O'Donnell, the Director of the Sports Symposium for HLS's student-run Committee on Sports & Entertainment Law (CSEL).





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