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Tips to Develop Your Sports Law Career (From Private Practice to General Counsel)

Tips to Develop Your Sports Law Career (From Private Practice to General Counsel)
Tuesday, 11 May 2021 By Mackenzie Rastello

This is a summary of points discussed on a LawInSport webinar entitled “How to develop your career as a sports lawyer” held on 3 March 2021. 

The panel speakers were:

  • Carrie Donaghy - Motorsport Legal Director at Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team
  • Achta Mahamat Saleh - Director, Legal Affairs & Compliance Division, Confédération Africaine de Football
  • Steve Argeris - Former Vice-President and General Counsel, Tepper Sports (Carolina Panthers and Charlotte MLS 2021
  • Natalie St. Cyr Clarke - Legal Affairs Manager, FIBA
  • Craig Harris - Barrister & Arbitrator, Furnival Chambers
  • Sean Cottrell - Founder and CEO of LawInSport (Moderator)

Plus Members can view the entire panel session here.

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About the Author

Mackenzie Rastello

Mackenzie Rastello

Mackenzie Rastello, born and raised in Boulder, Colorado, is a second-year student at Notre Dame Law School and was an extern at LawInSport

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