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Universidade de Santa Clara. 2010 Sports Law Symposium.



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2010 Sports Law Symposium
September 16, 2010
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Locatelli Center, Santa Clara University (see map)

Presented by Santa Clara Law in association with the Santa Clara University Athletic Department

CURRENT SPORTS LAW ISSUES:
CONCUSSIONS, STEROIDS, AND THE USE OF PLAYER IMAGES


Alan Schwarz     Keynote Speaker: Alan Schwarz, Reporter, New York Times, who has been nationally recognized for his articles on the connection between concussions and early-onset dementia in athletes
William Neukom     Lunchtime Speaker:

   ABOUT THE SYMPOSIUM
   Because sports generate billions of dollars, the law has come to apply more and more to that industry.  This Symposium will look at three issues – concussions, steroids, and the use of athletes’ images - where law and sports intersect in a way that has garnered national attention. Panels of experts consisting of those most closely involved with these issues--athletes, lawyers, journalists, owners, officers of sanctioning organizations, physicians--will present the state of the art to an audience that will be limited to 200 attendees.
   
   WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
   Attendance will be worthwhile for all those affiliated with sports: coaches, administrators, officials, athletes, lawyers, physicians, journalists, and executives from teams, leagues and sanctioning organizations. These issues have ramifications across the board.
   
   TUITION
   Early registration: tuition received before August 16, 2010 will be $100, all-inclusive. Tuition received after that date will be $125, all-inclusive. Students registered in an institution of higher education who register for this symposium will be admitted free of charge.
   
   CLE CREDITS
   This program qualifies for 5.5 hours of California CLE credits, 1.5 hours of which will qualify for ethics credit. Upon request, we will apply for CLE credits in other states and other types of credits.

   Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP;
   Hausfeld LLP;
   Zelle Hofman Voelbel & Mason LLP
   Law Seminars International

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