RALEIGH – Hannah Ingalls ‘24 will moderate a panel on “In-House Legal Roles in Sports” during the virtual National Sports Business & Legal Society Student-Moderated Spring Symposium on Wednesday, April 12.
The symposium begins at 6:15 p.m. and Ingalls’ panel starts at 7 p.m. The event can be accessed using the following link: https://lnkd.in/ey-zmQF2.
Ingalls will co-moderate the panel with Alex Egan from University of Mississippi School of Law. Guest speakers will include John Anderson, General Counsel of the U.S. Figure Skating; Laura Neary, General Counsel from Creative Artists Agency (CAA) Hockey; and Jametta White, President of Journey Sports Management.
The Spring Symposium begins with guest speakers Lauren Brock, Associate General Counsel for the Los Angeles Clippers, and Vicky Neumeyer, Senior Vice President and General Counsel for the New Orleans Saints and New Orleans Pelicans, who will discuss “In-House Legal Roles for Sports Teams.” The moderators will be Bryce Goodwyn from Regent University School of Law and Parker Harrell from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law.
The final topic of the symposium will focus on “NIL in College Athletics: A Holistic Approach” from 7:45-8:45 p.m. Guest speakers will be Dan Lust, Sports Attorney at Moritt Hock & Hamroff, Chair of the “NIL Pro Bono Project;” Elijah McAllister of Auburn Tigers Football; Shyheim Battle, N.C. State Wolfpack Football; and Jake O’Donnell, CEO of Elite Athletes Management Group. The moderators will be Nicco Vocaturo from Syracuse University College of Law, Mel Stack from University of Florida Levin College of Law and Duncan Hubbard from University of Miami School of Law.
Ingalls graduated in 2021 with a bachelor’s degree in sport management with a concentration in legal studies from Wingate University. Since coming to Campbell Law in the fall of 2021, Ingalls has completed two legal certifications from LexisNexis, one from Thomson Reuters Westlaw and the Athlete Marketing Essentials: NIL Certification from Front Office Sports.
“These certifications have prepared me for legal research, practicing in a law firm and advising student athletes on NIL,” she explained.
Ingalls currently serves as the compliance and legal intern for Wingate University’s athletic department for the 2022-2023 school year. In her role, she focuses on drafting compliance policies, game day contracts and advising student-athletes on NIL. Additionally, Ingalls is a legal intern for the U.S. Figure Skating in the SkateSafe department specializing in policy research and drafting and misconduct investigation.
Ingalls has also established S&E Collective, a sports and entertainment agency which tailors to influencers and athletes with a smaller social media presence regarding NIL deals and sponsorship deals.
“My ultimate goal is to work in sports and to reform mental health stigma and gender equality for athletes across the nation,” she wrote on her LinkedIn profile.
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