UM Sport Law & Sport Industry Conference April 5 & 6


UM Sport Law & Sport Industry Global Conference 2018

WHAT: The Global Entertainment + Sport Conference 2018, presented by the University of Miami School of Law’s Entertainment & Sports Law Society and the School of Education & Human Development’s Sports Administration Program, focuses on the areas of both law and business with keynote addresses and panels by prominent attorneys and executives.


The two-day conference will drill down on topics such as the rise of activism, financial planning, and brand building for athletes as well as monetizing digital content and sports gaming.


WHO: Speakers include Tobias Sherman, CEO & co-founder of Foundry IV; Arny Schreer, vice president and general manager of partnership development at ‎Home Team Sports, a division of Fox Sports Media Group; and ESPN sports analyst Maria Taylor. Students, alumni, and legal professionals will have numerous networking opportunities throughout the forums.


WHEN: Thursday and Friday, April 5 and 6, 2018, 8:45 a.m. until 5:15 p.m.


WHERE: Donna E. Shalala Center at 1330 Miller Drive on the Coral Gables campus. Parking is available at the nearby Pavia Garage, 5615 Pavia Street just off the main Stanford Drive entrance.


MORE INFORMATION: The cost is $125 general admission, $100 for young alumni, and $75 for non-UM students. CLE credits of 12.0 are pending approval by The Florida Bar. Registration is online; for more information, visit the website or contact Sabrina Segura at


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