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From Prospect to Pro: A Legal Primer on Recruitment of Professional Athletes Including Foreign Players



Thursday, March 8, 2012 from 6:00pm - 8:00pm

- Location -
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Room 424
55 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10003

The Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section and the Metropolitan Black Bar Association, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law Black Law Student Association and the Minority Law Student Association will cover key issues affecting the recruitment or professional players, including the regulation of agents, NCAA rules, the NBA categorization of prospects, dealing with foreign agents and players, including immigration aspects.

The speakers include Jared Bartie, Esq., Arent Fox, who has counseled sports clients on a variety of matters; Colleen Caden, Esq., Pryor Cashman, LLP, who represents many professional players and professional teams on immigration issues; Professor Mark Conrad, Associate Professor of Law and Ethics at Fordham University's Gabelli School of Business and its Graduate School of Business Administration; Brooks Meek, NBA, VP - Basketball Operations, International;; and Sunny Shah, CEO of 320 Sports Inc. and NFLPA Certified Contract Advisor.

EASL & MBBA Members: $25 (MBBA Members please call 518-487-5674 to register)
Non-Members: $50
Law Students: $15
Cardozo Law Students: Free with ID (Please call 518-487-5674 to register)
For more information, contact: bgould@nysba.org

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