FULL COURT PRESSLEGAL
FULL COURT PRESSLEGAL
1. any official tribunal (court) presided over by a judge or judges in which legal issues and claims are heard and determined. 2. a multi-sport athletic area.
the gathering and publishing or broadcasting of news : journalism.
a full court press.
1. in basketball, a strategy in which the defensive team applies pressure on the offensive team across the entire court.
2. by extension, an aggressive or increased effort to win or accomplish something.
a humorous way of using a word or phrase so that more than one meaning is suggested.
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MEET THE TEAM
Founder and Editor-in-Chief
I created this platform to channel my energy into something I have always been passionate about: sports. I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Sport and Entertainment Management from the University of South Carolina, and currently attend New York Law School, where I serve as the Vice President of the Sports Law Society.
I am eager to expand this platform by connecting with everyday sports fans, legal professionals, and other highly motivated individuals.
A current 3L at the University of New Hampshire School of Law, Trevor graduated from Anna Maria College with double majoring in Criminal Justice and Forensics. while playing both football and baseball. Trevor has interned with the Lowell Spinners, the Class A affiliate to the Boston Red Sox, and the Massachusetts Pirates, a professional indoor football team.
Originally from Oakville, Ontario, Matt is a current 3L at Penn State Law, where he is Managing Editor of the Penn State Arbitration Law Review and a student manager with the Men’s DI Hockey team. He works on tracking statistical summaries, time-on-ice metrics, and various day-to-day video clipping and analysis. Matt received his Bachelor's degree from Bowdoin College, where he played DIII hockey.
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- Derek Jeter
ADDITIONAL GUEST WRITERS
Dick Barnes, a retired lawyer and a former sportswriter and investigative reporter for The Associated Press.