Kristi will be speaking on NCAA conference realignment this Friday, March 25th, at Harvard Law School. You can see all the details of the Harvard Sports Law Symposium here. Registration is free, so if you live in Boston, plan to attend!
Here’s a sneak peak at Kristi’s panel:
PANEL #2 – CONFERENCE REALIGNMENT PANEL
Over the past year, the landscape of college athletics has been dramatically altered with the movement of numerous teams to new conferences, including Nebraska to the Big 10, Colorado and Utah to the Pacific 10, Boise State to the Mountain West, and Brigham Young to independent status. This raises issues about amateurism and the role of the NCAA in either facilitating or impeding conference realignment. This panel will explore legal and ethical issues related to amateurism and the role of the NCAA in conference realignment.
- TIME: 10:50am-12:00pm
- PANELISTS: Greg Byrne (Athletics Director, University of Arizona), Kristi Dosh (Taylor English Duma LLP and Forbes.com), Patti Ohlendorf (VP of Legal Affairs for the University of Texas at Austin), Patrick Rishe (Webster University and Forbes.com), Jason Russell (Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher, & Flom), Glenn Wong (UMass Isenberg School of Management)
What do you think?