Villanova University School of Law hosts the 2nd Annual Game Day Sports Case Competition on Saturday, April 11, 2015. The competition—a partnership between the Jeffrey S. Moorad Center for the Study of Sports Law at Villanova University School of Law and the UCLA Anderson Center for MEMES (Management of Enterprise in Media, Entertainment and Sports)—challenges JD and MBA students to take a multidisciplinary approach to analyzing, presenting and negotiating solutions to real-world sports business issues. Teams are judged by a panel of experts representing both the business and legal sides of the sports industry.
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The 2015 Game Day Sports Case Competition is being presented in coordination with the Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Symposium on Friday, April 10, 2015. Each Spring, the Moorad Sports Law Symposium tackles the day’s hottest topics, from “Moneyball” to concussions to super agents and more. Featuring a “who’s who” of the sports industry, guest speakers at the symposium have included:
Further details about the 2015 Moorad Symposium will be announced at a later date.