Sports Law

Santa Clara University Hosts Super Bowl Event Featuring George Seifert, Ronnie Lott

Santa Clara University's Institute of Sports Law and Ethics, of which Manatt Sports Law Practice Group chair, Ron Katz, is Chair Emeritus, is putting on a Super Bowl event featuring Super Bowl winning coach, George Seifert, and Super Bowl winning player (and NFL Hall-of-Famer) Ronnie Lott, plus other distinguished sports figures. Also speaking is Keith Bruce, the CEO of Super Bowl 50. Details are below:

SPORT LESSONS IN LEADERSHIP, ETHICS, AND LIFE
MIKE PEREIRA | RONNIE LOTT | GEORGE SEIFERT | BRANDI CHASTAIN | KEITH BRUCE | JACK CLARK | TINA SYER

Join us for a thought provoking and star-studded sports luncheon! Kick off the excitement of Super Bowl 50 with us on January 26!

Santa Clara University, in conjunction with the Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Committee, is hosting a luncheon and an incredible group of all-star athletes and coaches to discuss the positive lessons that sports can teach about life, leadership, and ethics. Please join us for this exciting event!

SPACE IS LIMITED | $25 TO ATTEND | BENSON CENTER, SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY

11am – Registration
11:30am – Lunch
12pm – A conversation with George Seifert and Mike Pereira
George Seifert, Super Bowl champion and former San Francisco 49ers and Carolina Panthers coach, sits down with Mike Pereira, FOX Sports NFL Rules Analyst and former NFL Vice President of Officiating, to discuss lessons learned in nearly 40 years of coaching football.
12:45pm – Panel discussion of sports all-stars

  • Ronnie Lott – NFL Hall of Famer and 4-Time Super Bowl Champion
  • Brandi Chastain – World Cup Champion & Olympic Gold Medalist
  • Jack Clark – U.S. Rugby Hall of Famer, 25-Time National Champion at Cal
  • Tina Syer – Chief Impact Officer at Positive Coaching Alliance

1:30pm – Closing remarks from Keith Bruce, CEO of Super Bowl 50 Host Committee

 

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