Widener Law presents daylong conference on sports and entertainment law
Public Relations - Published: March 24, 2011
SportsEntPromo2011235Leading attorneys in sports and entertainment law will gather on the Delaware campus Friday, April 1 for a daylong conference on hot topics in television, film, sports, music and ethics.

The program will bring together practicing lawyers from all over the country for a day of stimulating discussion on key issues including, “The Scope of Illegal Downloading and Film Piracy” and “The Current State of the Concert Tour Industry.”

The conference, now in its sixth year, is presented by the law school and its Sports and Entertainment Law Association, under the direction of Widener Law Adjunct Professor Alexander Murphy.

For practicing attorneys in Delaware and Pennsylvania attendance at the program offers five continuing legal education credits, including one ethics credit. The registration cost for attorneys attending for credit is $125 and includes lunch; the fee for Widener Law alumni is $100. The event is free for students and members of the general public, but does not include program materials or lunch.
Registration and continental breakfast the day of the conference run from 9 to 9:45 a.m. For more information or to register, contact Constance Sweeney, coordinator for special programs, at 302-477-2177 or e-mail cmsweeney@widener.edu.