National Sports Law Negotiation Competition & Sports Law Conference 2014
Fourth Annual NSLNC 2014 - Friday, September 19 through Sunday, September 21, 2014
“Preserving Torrey Pines”
City of San Diego vs. Municipal Golf Committee
“Behind the Mask”
World Umpires Union vs. Wilson Equipment
“Serving up Supplements”
Fabiana Claudino vs. BPI Sports
Congratulations to the NSLNC 2014 Champion and all Finalists!
University of Maryland, Francis King Carey School of Law (Baltimore, MD)
University of Mississippi School of Law (Oxford, MS)
Southwestern Law School (Los Angeles, CA)
Chapman University School of Law (Orange, CA)
Thank you to all NSLNC 2013 Participants. The Competition is impossible without you.
See Past Articles About the NSLNC & SLC
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- Excitement Builds for TJSL Sports Law Negotiation Competition
- Sports Law Negotiation Competition & Symposium a Major League Success
- Inaugural NSLNC Scores Big Win with Participants
- National Sports Law Negotiation Competition & Symposium (NSLNC) 2011
History & Vision of the National Sports Law Negotiation Competition
The annual National Sports Law Negotiation Competition (NSLNC) and Sports Law Conference is hosted and organized by the Center for Sports Law & Policy (CSLP) at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California, every September.
The NSLNC was created by sports and academic professionals with the needs and wants of the law student in mind as they enter and succeed in the legal world. The NSLNC’s purpose is to give back to law students a great experience, competition, and place to meet like minds in the sports law world. Our mission is to provide the sports profession with a body of able and ready legal minds, through the negotiation and training of law students with the use of real-life issues affecting athletes, sports franchises, teams, like businesses and entities.
The competition focuses on current issues in the sports world each year and facilitates students, coaches and judges to negotiate and make decisions on these sports topics in an academic setting. The fact patterns allow students to focus on more than one area of sports law, including: contract negotiation, trading of players, salary demands, endorsement contracts, athlete and sports professionals family and personal issues, and intellectual property among others.
It is our hope that you enjoy the yearly competition weekend, which includes a sports law conference, San Diego Padres game in private suites, the competition, and of course meeting future lawyers, agents and current sports professionals and judicial officers from across this great Country and the World in America’s finest city, San Diego, California.
Jeremy M. Evans, Esq. ‘11
Director, Center for Sports Law & Policy
“Your team did an awesome job...just wanted to say thank you!”
Joshua Igeleke, Jr.
J.D./MBA Candidate, May 2014
William S. Boyd School of Law
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
“It was a great weekend and I really enjoyed myself and appreciate the hospitality. Looking forward to coming back next year.”
Juris Doctorate Candidate 2015
Florida A & M University College of Law
“I was a judge for the competition on Saturday and the competition was highly organized and well-run.”
Professor of Law
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
See page links to the right for additional information