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Welcome to the New and Improved Sports Esquires

Welcome to the new and improved Sports Esquires! We have been working for weeks to update and upgrade the website so that we can match the quality of our legal analysis to the quality of our web content. It took a little longer than expected (let’s just say we won’t be quitting our jobs to become graphic designers or web developers anytime soon), and we had a few hiccups along the way. We would like to apologize to those of you who subscribe to the blog who received a bombardment of emails, as well as for any glitches that remain as we continue to work out the kinks. If you have not signed up for our email list, you can do so on the right hand-side of this page.

In the coming days and weeks be on the lookout for new content, including daily sports law links to recap the last few weeks, a review of the NFL’s hectic off-season, and much more. Our resources section will also get an overhaul in the coming days and weeks. Along with new content, and a visual overhaul, it is easier than ever to explore the plethora of content that The Sports Esquires has to offer.  Take some time to explore and feel free to contact us and offer any suggestions you may have or even ask us a sports law question. Finally, if you haven’t already like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter for even more sports law news, analysis and updates.

About Andrew Sensi

Andrew lives in Reston, Virginia and works in a boutique firm which specializes in civil litigation and intellectual property. He has worked in sports at various levels and capacities since high school as a coach, manager, and in the legal department of a leading sports agency. Andrew graduated magna cum laude from Tulane University School of Law in 2012 with a certificate in Sports Law. While at Tulane, Andrew served as an officer for the Sports Law Society, and as Business Editor for The Sports Lawyers Journal. Prior to attending Tulane, Andrew graduated from the University of Virginia in 2007 with a degree in Economics.

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