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Tulane Holds Health Screening for Former NFL Players

More than 50 former NFL players received the red-carpet treatment during the NFL Player Care Foundation Healthy Body and Mind screening held at the Tulane’s Professional Athlete Care Team (PACT) clinic on December 2nd.

Health Screenings Highlight Issues Facing Former Players

Fox 8 New Orleans story on Healthy Body and Mind Screening hosted at the Professional Athlete Care Team Clinic.

 

Professor Feldman Receives Role Model Award

Gabe Feldman, director of the Tulane Sports Law Program, was honored with a Young Leadership Council Role Model Award for his work in the New Orleans community. 

 

Tulane Launches Milestone Wellness Assessment for Former NFL Players

This new assessment is designed to round out The Trust’s Medical/Wellness service with Tulane and three other partners by providing a comprehensive health assessment administered by a team of highly regarded medical partners to players who are more than 15 years removed from playing in the NFL.

Former Professional Athletes Get All-Star Treatment at New Sports Medicine Clinic

A ribbon-cutting ceremony marks the official opening of the Professional Athletic Care Team's clinic on Monday, May 22.

 

Tulane Law grad steers NBA D-League’s Grand Rapids Drive

Team executives shared insights into the rapidly evolving business of basketball. But the most picture-perfect perspective came from Tulane Law alum Jon Phelps, a 2012 graduate who’s already risen to general manager of the Grand Rapids Drive, the NBA Development League team of the Detroit Pistons.

 

Tulane Welcomes NBA All-Stars to Campus for Clinics, Panel Discussions

With the NBA All-Star Weekend just days away, Tulane University is preparing to welcome the NBA to its uptown campus for several days of activities, from panel discussions with front office executives to basketball clinics for local school children.

 

Sports Law Director Feldman Named First Sher Garner Faculty Scholar

Professor Gabe Feldman, who has been instrumental in developing the nation’s premier sports law program, has been named Tulane Law’s inaugural Sher Garner Faculty Scholar.

 

All are Winners in Special Olympics Basketball Game

The inaugural Special Olympics Unified Rivalry Basketball Game was held Saturday at the Reily Center on the uptown campus of Tulane University. Two teams, one comprised of Tulane students and Special Olympic athletes and the other of LSU students and Special Olympic athletes, competed for the Unified Rivalry Cup.  Tulane emerged victorious with a score of 26-4.  

 

Leadership, Coaching and Accepting Adversity

Marc Trestman is best known for his career coaching professional football, yet few knew that he was once an aspiring lawyer. The lessons Trestman shared went beyond football and included advice on how current law students could pursue their aspirations successfully and with a sense of fulfillment.

 

Former NFL Players Get Super Bowl Health Screenings by Tulane Doctors

Tulane University physicians and staff are stepping up their health screening game for football’s biggest event of the year. They’ll be in Houston for Super Bowl LI conducting their largest health screening to date for retired NFL players as part of the NFL Player Care Foundation’s Healthy Body and Mind Screening program.

 

Tulane Medical One of 4 Places in U.S. Taking Care of Former NFL Players

WWL New Orleans story about the Professional Athlete Care Team's partnership with the NFL Players Association.

 

Top Orthopedic Surgeons to Offer Tips in Protecting Young Athletes from Injuries

Three of the nation’s leading orthopedic surgeons will present a special lecture at Tulane University about how to keep young athletes playing safely. 

 

Sports Law Society Goes to Bat for Youth Academy
Through a raffle of autographed balls and other baseball memorabilia, including tickets to the 2016 MLB All-Star Game, the Sports Law Society raised more than $700 for the Urban Youth Academy.

Fielding dreams

A new partnership between the Tulane Sports Law Program and Major League Baseball’s New Orleans Urban Youth Academy has local youngsters ages 13 to 18 learn the business side of baseball under the guidance of Tulane law professor Gabe Feldman.

 

Tulane Sends More Than Just Athletes into Professional Sports

Fox 8 New Orleans story on the success of the Tulane Sports Law Program.

 

Sports Law Internships Give Students an Edge

Providing practical experience and networking opportunities is an integral part of the Tulane Sports Law Program.