Are You a March Madness Lawyer? If So, Read These Insights into Courts of Law/Basketball

Posted on 03-07-2017 by
Tags: March Madness , basketball


March Madness is here! And lawyers (like everyone else) are foaming at the mouth for their favorite March Madness teams. Of course, lawyers are rabid fans of the law too; they have their favorite statutes and cases.

To satisfy your legal passions and your hoop passions, here’s a list of March Madness articles that examine the law through a basketball lens.

We Asked, You Responded: Which Law Schools Would You Consider as “Cinderella” Schools?

The brackets are out and now we wait in the silence before the storm that is March Madness. Every year, fans tune in to cheer on their respective teams or this year‘s “Cinderella” team.

Bracketology & March Madness = Labor & Employment Nightmares

It is NOW official, March Madness is here! And, for the next few weeks, brackets and basketball talk will lead water cooler conversations around America. And, while the event has the opportunity to "bring employees together in friendly banter and competition, it can also disrupt workplaces in several ways.

The Madness of March: How John Oliver is using March Madness to highlight NLRB Reforms

America’s most sacred, annual tradition is upon us… March Madness. (This according to John Oliver, host of the HBO series Last Week Tonight With John Oliver.) In his 20-minute video that is all over the web, John Oliver scrutinizes the NCAA and the “Madness” of not paying student athletes and the “various absurdities surrounding NCAA March Madness and the NCAA in general."

Law School Pyramid of Success: If Coach Wooden Had Been a Lawyer ....

Ten NCAA Championships in 12 years (including seven in a row) ... these are the success numbers of basketball coaching great, John Wooden.

 

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