Post date: April 4, 2002 — 9:45 a.m.
On Friday, April 5, the Harvard Law School Committee on Sports & Entertainment Law will host its annual sports law conference. Peter Gammons, baseball writer for The Boston Globe and ESPN commentator, will give the keynote address. The conference will examine topics ranging from legal issues in player-agent-management relationships to regulatory issues in boxing. In addition to Gammons, panelists will include Boston Celtics General Manager Chris Wallace, NFL agent Drew Rosenhaus, and Richard Berthelsen, general counsel of the NFL Players Association.
Harvard Law School Professor Paul Weiler will give the opening remarks and moderate one of the panel discussions. The event which begins at 1:30 p.m. in the Langdell South classroom, is free and open to the public.