Cumberland Law Review presents
PLAYING FOR LOVE:
"What's Knowledge Got To Do With It Under NCAA Amateurism Rules"
Friday, October 28
Brock Auditorium 9:30 AM - 3:45 PM
Free Continental Breakfast 8:30 AM
Free Lunch from Moe's Original BBQ 11:30 AM
3.5 CLE CREDITS
Open to the Public - Free of Charge
Guest speakers include:
PAUL FINEBAUM of the PAUL FINEBAUM RADIO NETWORK
One of the SEC's "Most Powerful People," Paul Finebaum has been writing and commenting on national and regional sports for 20 years.
DONALD JACKSON of the Sports Group
A graduate of Alabama State University and Virginia School of Law, Donald Jackson represents professional and collegiate athletes and universities. He has represented a number of clients in NCAA Enforcement Staff and Amateurism Investigations.
MIKE WARD of the UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA and RICH McGLYNN of AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Mike Ward and Rich McGlynn serve as the NCAA Compliance Directors for their respective universities. Their responsibilities include enforcing NCAA Compliance Regulations at Auburn and Alabama, and determining when these rules have been violated.
ROBERT BOLAND of NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
A graduate of Cumberland School of Law, Robert Boland is the Academic Chair of New York University's Preston Robert Tisch Center for Hospitality, Tourism and Sports Management. Boland has represented professional athletes in contract negotiations and was certified by the National Football League Player's Association as a Contract Advisor from 1999-2009.
RUSS CAMPBELL of BALCH & BINGHAM, LLP
Chairman of Balch & Bingham's litigation section, Russ Campbell founded his firm's sports and entertainment practice. Notably, Mr. Campbell represents Gene Chizik, Bobby Petrino, Joe Whitt and Larry Fedora, among others.