March 2014 Symposium
Topic: “Should there be some form of judicial—or other independent—review of NCAA enforcement actions?”
The Law School’s 20th Anniversary Symposium theme will revolve around the NCAA.
Some have accused the NCAA of engaging in witch-hunt investigations and unfair hearings of players and coaches accused of violating its rules, thereby recklessly destroying careers. This symposium asks: should there be some form of judicial—or other independent—review of NCAA enforcement actions?
Papers are to be published in a special symposium edition of the Roger Williams University Law Review during in the Spring of 2015.
Gordon Hylton, Professor of Law, Marquette University;
Donna A. Lopiano, President of the consulting group Sports Management Resources;
Alan C. Milstein, one of the nation’s most prominent litigation attorneys;
Joe Nocera, columnist for the New York Times and commentator on NRP’s “Weekend Edition with Scott Simon”;
Terri Peretti, Professor of Political Science, Santa Clara University;
Brian L. Porto, Professor of Law, Vermont Law School and deputy director of its Sports Law Institute
Professor Carl T. Bogus, Roger Williams University School of Law