On Friday, July 10th, 2015, the National Sports Law Institute's Sports Law Alumni Association will host its annual summer CLE seminar Current Ethical Issues in Sports Law. The seminar will focus on a wide range of ethical issues related to the sports industry.
LOCATION: Eckstein Hall (Marquette University Law School), room 144
- Registration: 12:15 - 12:55 pm
- CLE Seminar: 12:55 - 4:20 pm
- Detailed schedule available here
REGISTRATION (REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED): There are different levels of registration available for the Current Ethical Issues in Sports Law CLE Seminar.
Initially, all members of the NSLI's Sports Law Alumni Association and Board of Advisors, Marquette University students, faculty, administrators and staff, and all Executive Board members of the Sports & Entertainment Law Section of the State Board of Wisconsin can attend at no cost. All others can attend at the minimal cost of $25.00. If you are interested in registering for this seminar please click here to reach the registration form.
- Professor Paul Anderson, Associate Director, National Sports Law Institute and Sports Law program, Marquette University Law School, Chair and Founder, Sports Law Alumni Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and past-chair of the Sports and Entertainment Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin
- Attorney Scott Andresen, Founder, Andresen and Associates, Chicago, Illinois
- Professor Adam Epstein, Professor of Legal Studies in the Department of Finance and Law at Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Michigan
- Professor James Gray, Assistant Professor, Sport and Recreation Management, Marian University, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin
- Professor Martin Greenberg, Managing Member, Law Office of Martin J. Greenberg, LLC, Adjunct Professor, Marquette University Law School, member, NSLI Board of Advisors and Sports Law Alumni Association, and founder, National Sports Law Institute, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- Attorney Michael Shull, Formal Investigator, Wisconsin Office of Lawyer Regulation, Madison, Wisconsin, and member Sports Law Alumni Association
CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION INFORMATION: This seminar has been approved for 3.5 Ethics credits from the Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners. Individuals seeking CLE credit must attend the entire seminar. The NSLI cannot award partial CLE credit. All CLE approvals will take place after the conference.
PARKING AND DIRECTIONS: Parking information and directions to Eckstein Hall can be found here. Parking will be available at no charge for all registered conference attendees in level 1 of the Eckstein Hall parking structure. The entrance for visitor parking is on 11th street just before Clybourn Avenue. Please identify yourself as a "Sports Law Conference Attendee" to the parking lot attendant and get a parking ticket as you enter the parking garage. When you enter the building, please check in at the conference registration desks. They will validate your parking and direct you to the Appellate Courtroom, room 144, where the conference will take place.