Thank you to Pace Law School SBA and SEALS

Last night, I had the privilege of serving as a panelist at Pace Law School’s Television and Sports Law Panel, joining attorneys Michael Steger, Elizabeth Corradino, John Baranello and Paul Haberman and special guest speakers Antranig Balian and Vinny Guadagnino.  Topics ranged from the New Orleans Saints’ bounty system, to working with agents and managers, to career advice in the sports and entertainment area.  Antranig and Vinny provided excellent perspective on the talent’s perspective in the entertainment business.  

All said, the discussion was very interesting and the students in attendance asked thoughtful questions.  After the program, I enjoyed speaking with the students in attendance, many of whom have secured internships in the sports and entertainment areas.

Thanks to the Pace Student Bar Association (SBA) and Sports, Entertainment, Arts & Law Society (SEALS), and especially Christina Gallinari, Jay Vlas, Caesar Lopez for their work on this outstanding program.

Click on the following link to view the program flyer: Pace Panel Flyer.


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  1. […] Stuart Haberman, who I recently met at the Pace Law School Television and Sports Law Panel, has written an interesting article on the parallels between the New Orleans Saints’ bounty […]

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