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Monday, February 20, 2017
 
Northwestern Law 3rd Annual Sports Law Symposium


For anyone who will be in Chicago this coming Wednesday, February 22nd, Northwestern University's Pritzker School of Law will be hosting its 3rd Annual Sports Law Symposium, and I am honored to join the panel. See below for details:

From Colin Kaepernick's refusal to stand for the national anthem to the NCAA's decision to relocate the men's basketball tournament, 2016 saw several political stands in the sports world. In 2017, this trend is set to continue, as Super Bowl champions plan to skip the customary White House trip and figures like NBA coach Gregg Popovich criticize the President's policies. Join us as our panelists discuss these and other headlines, as well as the risks and legal issues associated with activism in the sports industry.

FEBRUARY 22ND
6:15 PM -8:30 PM
LOWDEN HALL
FORMAT: PANEL DISCUSSION FOLLOWED BY NETWORKING HOUR
ATTIRE: BUSINESS CASUAL
OPEN BAR, FOOD

Featuring:

Timothy Liam Epstein
, Chair of Duggan Bertsch Sports Law practice group, Adjunct Professor of Law at Loyola University Chicago School of Law.

John Kaites, Principal and founding partner at Global Security and Innovative Strategies; Of Counsel at Fennemore Craig in Phoenix, Arizona; Has represented fourteen Major League Baseball Clubs, two NBA Basketball Teams, and the National Hockey League.

Tony Pashos, 1L at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law; Former American football offensive tackle who played in the NFL with the Baltimore Ravens, Jacksonville Jaguars, San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns, Washington Redskins and Oakland Raiders.

Rick Smith, Partner of Priority Sports & Entertainment agency, alum of Northwestern Pritzker School of Law.

Marques Sullivan, Vice President of the NFL Retired Players Association; Head Coach at Midwestern Preparatory Academy; Former professional American football offensive lineman for the Buffalo Bills, the New York Giants, the New England Patriots and the Chicago Rush.





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