Dear Friend,

Have you seen a Tulane Law all-star in the sports pages recently? These days, Tulane Law School Professor Gabe Feldman is in the news regularly due to his commentary in the ongoing labor dispute between NFL teams and players, set for another appeals hearing, tomorrow, Friday, June 3.

Tulane Law School is exceptionally proud of Professor Feldman, Director of the Tulane Sports Law Program, who has emerged as one of the foremost sports law experts in the nation. He has followed the footsteps of sports law pioneer Professor Gary Roberts, who established the Tulane Sports Law Certificate program (first in the nation!) in 1993.

Professor Feldman has driven the Tulane Sports Law Program to great success, and utilizes every available asset to provide a rich learning environment for his students and to help build networks between alumni and current students. With many alumni practicing in prestigious sports law positions and 18 current students working summer sports law positions, the Tulane Sports Law Program is a leader in the field.

The Tulane Sports Law Program is just one of the many outstanding programs offered at Tulane Law School. The future of Tulane Law School is brighter than ever but we need your support! With your help, we can continue to increase scholarship support, expand faculty resources, and develop innovative job placement strategies to help ensure the employment options of our graduates.

I hope that you will take this opportunity to make a gift to the Law Fund and invest in the future of Tulane Law School.

Thank you!

Emily LaRene Roberts
Director, Tulane Law Annual Fund

Professor Gabe Feldman
is a professor at Tulane Law School as well as Director of the Tulane Sports Law Program. He is co-author of Sports and the Law: Cases and Materials, and the editor of The Sports Lawyers Journal, the Sports Lawyers Association’s national legal journal, compiled and edited by Tulane law students.

Follow Professor Feldman via his twitter account: @SportsLawGuy

To read Professor Feldman’s Huffington Post column click here.

To read the New Orleans Times-Picayune profile on Professor Feldman click here.

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