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Interested in writing for us?

My wish for the New Year is to add more quality writers to the Advocacy for Fairness in Sports blog. Do you have a passion for writing, an interest in sports law and fairness issues, and a desire to have your voice heard? If so, Advocacy for Fairness in Sports is interested in hearing from you. I’m hoping to expand the (unfortunately unpaid) writing staff in order to cover a broader range of issues within the world of sports. While all inquiries will be considered (and appreciated), I feel this would be an especially good fit for law students who are interested in diving into and writing about sports law. I’m currently looking for people with a strong knowledge of or desire to learn about issues within the NCAA, NHL, MLB and NBA. Alternately there may be a certain topic or fairness issue that you’d like to write about. Whether you’re desire is in contributing on a regular basis, occasionally, or submitting a one-time article, please fill out the contact form below, and I’ll be in touch.

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Oct 25

Let’s Gooooo!

We’re finally getting underway! Today is the first day of advocacyforfairnessinsports.org.  Got my old articles from defendersofthewall.com moved over and hope to have some brand new content out very soon.  Thank you for your support!

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