Listen in for essential insights on “commercialism vs. amateurism” in this Conduct Detrimental podcast with Dan Werly and Daniel Wallach with guest Professor Warren K. Zola. “In 2025 people won’t realize how different things were in 2016.” Find out why. NEW POD: Amateurism vs. Commercialism in the NCAA w/ @WarrenKZola – https://t.co/kF1KCCVfBk cc: @WALLACHLEGAL @WerlySportsLaw …
Tag: University of Minnesota
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Dec 24 2016
Highlight Reel: I placed two highlights you don’t want to miss at the top of today’s Blitz. The first is Conduct Detrimental Podcast #10 in which the two Dans take on all the major sports law stories of the month of December. You’ll need some good conversation points for all the family and friends gatherings …
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I recently had the opportunity to speak at length with Dr. Mitch Abrams, regarding the problems of domestic violence and sexual assault in sports…..Dr. Abrams has consulted with thousands of athletes over the past 22 years and has developed programs for athletic organizations at all levels – youth through professional. He is the Founder and President of Learned Excellence for Athletes – his sport psychology consulting company is located in New Jersey. As a forensic psychologist, he is also an expert in risk assessment, an area which is highly under-utilized, but necessary, if we are to stem acts of aggression in athletics, and even as a society……Dr. Abrams offered many insights in this regard that space didn’t permit in the original series, so in light of yet another violent case in the news, the Joe Mixon, assault, I spoke with him again and wanted to share his thoughts in this regard along with excerpts of the original interview in order that we might have a better understanding of factors that contribute to the problem and what can be done.
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