Profile submitted by Paul Greene
Founding Partner of Global Sports Advocates. International sports law. Appears regularly before the "Supreme Court for Sport," the Court of Arbitration for Sport, along with international and national arbitral bodies. In 2017, successfully handled some of the highest profile sports law matters in the world, including the representation of IAAF World Championship medalist Ajee' Wilson in her contaminated meat anti-doping case where she received a finding of "No Fault", Jamaican Commonwealth Games gold medalist Kaliese Spencer, who was exonerated after being charged with evading an anti-doping test by the Jamaica Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel and Olympic medalist Gil Roberts who received a finding of "No Fault" in his contaminated kissing case before the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Rex Sport, American Bar Association, Sports Lawyers Association, LawInSport (Editorial Board), World Sports Advocate (Editorial Board), Football Legal (Editorial Board).
Founded Global Sports Advocates in 2014.
Published numerous articles on sports law issues including most recently, an article for World Sports Advocate titled, "The Ezekiel Elliott case and the NFL's six game ban". Frequent panelist at sports law conferences both domestic and abroad.
Teaches International Sports Law. University of Maine School of Law alumni. Lives in Falmouth, Maine.