The 2021 SLA Conference is now a VIRTUAL Conference! With the theme "Innovations in a Time of Change", the meeting features thought-provoking content, networking, and opportunities to earn CLEs -- all from the convenience of your computer!
Warren K. Zola encourages both current and future sports lawyers, to dedicate themselves to lifelong learning, saying "the most successful sports lawyers amongst us are those that are actively seeking out knowledge" in his newest SLA blog.
To break into a professional golf career requires "a mixture between a sponsorship agreement and a possible strategy that uses a fresh young athlete to reach audiences beyond what you get on national TV” says SLA member Pablo Robert Garcia.
Want to hear more about SLA and the NextGen Committee? Listen to our podcast with co-chairs Brandon Leopoldus and Leigh Hawley. Applications are still being accepted through March 22.
The facts, figures, and takeaways. Hear from William Goren on the Title VII case that leads to the question of whether a Referee Association is a place of public accommodation and where the liability exposure may be.
With spring training unlikely to begin on time, tension over the regular season is growing as we prepare for another interrupted season. Read more in the latest blog as Warren Zola talks about the storm brewing in baseball.
As the majority of collegiate sports content is consumed via media, it seems that very little has been discussed about how NIL legislation may impact the broadcaster. Read more in our latest blog by SLA President Bobby Hacker.
Legendary sports lawyer Jeffrey Kessler joins Tulane Professor Gabe Feldman to talk about the upcoming NCAA Supreme Court Battle, the US women’s soccer players fight for equal pay, how he is partly responsible for the misery of Jets.
When Dwayne Haskins was drafted 15th overall by the Washington Football Team (“WFT”), the former Ohio State standout was expected to make a big impact. Read more in our latest blog post submitted by SLA Student John Nucci.