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Wednesday, January 27, 2010
3rd Annual Tulane Law School National Baseball Arbitration Competition

The 3rd Annual Tulane Law School National Baseball Arbitration Competition took place this past weekend at Tulane Law School. The event was a huge success, with 38 teams from schools across the country participating in a simulated baseball salary arbitration competition. Special thanks to Professor Roger Abrams and Jon Fetterolf for serving as the judges for the final rounds of the competition on Sunday and for putting on an entertaining and educational presentation for all of the competitors on Saturday afternoon. Thanks also to Armando Velasco, Jeffrey Sundram, Blake Simon, Chris Weema, Melissa Desormeaux, Danielle Moore and the Tulane Sports Law Society for hosting a great event.

All of the judges raved about the quality of the presentations throughout the competition, and we are proud to announce the winning teams:

Semi-Finalists: Suffolk Law School; Ave Maria Law School

Runner-Up: Notre Dame Law School

Winner: Denver Law School

And, to top it off, the Saints beat the Vikings on Sunday night. All in all, a good weekend in New Orleans…


Thanks for putting on this competition! We will certainly be back next year!

Blogger Pbenn001 -- 1/29/2010 12:22 PM  

I am very proud of the performance of both Notre Dame Law School teams. The second place team was Mike Cimino, Johnny McDermott, and Rachel Newsted. Notre Dame's other team was Jose Aguirre and Anthony Segna. The Tulane Sports Law Society put together an excellent group of judges for all of the rounds including the final panel of Roger Abrams and Jon Fetterolf. Thanks to everyone at Tulane.

Blogger Ed Edmonds -- 1/30/2010 9:43 AM  

Glad you enjoyed it Pbenn001. And,thanks, Ed. And congrats to both of your teams...

Blogger Gabe Feldman -- 2/03/2010 7:27 PM  

Great post man.i miss my award competition.!!

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Blogger prashant -- 2/04/2010 11:34 PM  

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