Martin J. Greenberg is the managing member of the Law Office of Martin J. Greenberg, LLC, specializing in the areas of real estate and sports law. He is the former Chairman of the Wisconsin State Fair Park Board and the Wisconsin Sports Development Corporation, and currently serves on the Board of the Southeast Wisconsin Professional Baseball Park District (Miller Park). He is an Adjunct Professor of Law at the Marquette University Law School where he has taught real estate and sports law courses for well over 35 years. He currently teaches Representing Professional Athletes and Coaches Workshop, and Sports Venues: From Election Day to Game Day. Greenberg was the founder and Director of the National Sports Law Institute of Marquette University Law School from November of 1989 to April of 1997, and is a former Chair and current member of the NSLI Board of Directors. The Institute has established the Martin J. Greenberg Award for Excellence in the Study of Sports Law in honor of his contributions to the Sports Law Program and the NSLI. Greenberg was awarded the 2001 Joseph O'Neill Award and the 2007 Charles W. Mentkowski Law Alumnus of the Year Award by the Marquette University Law School. He is also the recipient of Milwaukee Bar Association Lawyer of the Year Legal Scholar Award (1988), the Wisconsin Bar Foundation Donald O'Melia Local Service Award (2009), the Wisconsin Law Journal Leaders in the Law (2009), and is noted in the publication "Best Lawyers in America." Greenberg has authored or co-authored several books including Sports Law Practice (1993 & 1998), SportsBiz (1989), and The Stadium Game, Second Edition (2001).