Veritas Institute

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2016 Hesburgh Lecture Series

edmonds-edforweb“The Current State of Intercollegiate Athletics,” presented by Professor Edmund Edmonds

Intercollegiate football is facing a number of challenges including Northwestern’s unionization efforts, concussion litigation, pay‐for‐play issues, and reorganization involving the top football playing program. This lecture will address these issues and the overall state of intercollegiate athletics.

Edmund Edmonds, J.D., is the associate dean for library and information technology at the Kresge Law Library and a professor of law. Edmonds is a 1973 graduate of Notre Dame, and he has a library degree from Maryland and a law degree from Toledo. He has also served as the law library director at William & Mary, Loyola University New Orleans, and the University of St. Thomas. Edmonds’ teaching responsibilities include Advanced Legal Research, Intercollegiate Athletics Externship, and Sports Law Seminar. His primary scholarly interest is antitrust and labor issues involving baseball.

Co-hosted by the Veritas Institute and the Center for Ethical Business Cultures at the University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business and UST Sports Law Society, in conjunction with the Notre Dame Club of Minnesota.

Inspired by the late Father Hesburgh’s example of lifelong learning, the Hesburgh Lecture Series has brought University of Notre Dame faculty to Notre Dame clubs and their local communities since 1986.

The Hesburgh Lecture Series furthers the mission of the Alumni Association to provide meaningful continuing education opportunities to Notre Dame alumni and friends.

Event Details:
Thursday, November 10 at 7:00 pm
Thornton Auditorium (Terrence Murphy Hall 260)
University of St. Thomas – Minneapolis Campus
1000 LaSalle Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55403

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The event is free and light refreshments will be served.

For more information, please contact Michelle Rovang of the Veritas Institute at rova1061@stthomas.edu or 651-962-4299.