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 2017-2018 Executive Board

Editor-in-Chief–Jack Noonan

Jack is a third-year law student from Chattanooga, Tennessee, and he is the Editor-In-Chief of the Mississippi Sports Law Review. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in 2015 and is a die-hard Vols fan. In the summer of 2017, he worked as an intern for USA Football in Indianapolis. Jack is preparing to publish a paper titled “The Boom In Franchise Relocation: Moving Cities No Matter The Cost.” With family in Massachusetts, Jack is also a fan of the Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics and Bruins.


 

Executive Editor–Ryan Morris

 

Ryan is a third-year student at the University of Mississippi School of Law and is the Executive Editor of the Mississippi Sports Law Review. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiotherapy from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2014. In the summer of 2016, he served as a legal clerk for the Supreme Court of Missippi for Judge Dawn Beam. In the summer of 2017, he interned at the U.S. Attorney’s office for the Northern District of Mississippi. Ryan’s passion for sports began at an early age and he still plays golf and softball today. He is preparing a paper called “DraftKings/FanDuel Merger: A Fantasy or Reality?” With family in Texas, Ryan is a lifelong fan of the Cowboys, Mavericks, and Texas Rangers.


 

Business Editor–Kelley Killorin

Kelley is a third year student at The University of Mississippi School of Law and is serving as the Business Editor of the Mississippi Sports Law Review.  She also currently serves as the Social Chair for the Law School Student Body. Kelley earned her Bachelors of Arts in Public Policy Leadership from The University of Mississippi in 2015. After graduation, Kelley plans on returning back to her home state of Georgia to practice law.

 

Senior Notes Editor–Tom Sisco

Tom is a third-year student at the University of Mississippi School of Law and the Senior Notes Editor for the Mississippi Sports Law Review. Tom graduated with a B.S. in Political Science from Florida State University in the spring of 2013, and is a die-hard Seminoles fan. Born and raised in Tampa, Florida, Tom has been a lifelong supporter of the Buccaneers, Rays, and Lightning. His paper “Development, Evolution, and Bargaining in the National Football League,” was selected to be published in the Fall 2016 volume of the Mississippi Sports Law Review.

 

Senior Online Editor–Nate Basalyga

Nate is a third year student at the University of Mississippi School of Law from Scranton, Pennsylvania. He received his B.A. in Political Science from the Univesity of Maryland Baltimore County, where he played on the Men’s Basketball team and served as their S.A.A.C. representative. Interested in potential revenue streams and the asthetic of sports, Nate authored “Prime Real Estate: Examining Advertising on Jerseys in Major North American Professional Sports”. Though considered crazy by his peers, Nate maintains that Lebron James in the greatest NBA player of all time.

 

Senior Articles Editor–Blake Brookshire

Blake Brookshire is the Senior Article Editor for the Mississippi Sports Law Review. Blake is a third-year law student from Snellville, Georgia. He graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Blake is currently writing an article covering the lack of proportionality within NCAA compliance. He is a fan of the Ole Miss Rebels, Auburn Tigers, Atlanta Falcons, and Atlanta Hawks.

 

Managing Articles Editor–Matt Dalton

Matt is currently a third-year law student at the University of Mississippi School of Law where he is a member of the Executive Board for the Mississippi Sports Law Journal, serving as Articles Editor. Matt attended and played college basketball at both Hendrix College in Conway, AR and Mississippi College in Clinton, MS, and he graduated from Mississippi College with a Bachelors of Science in Political Science and a minor in Biblical Studies. Matt’s primary writing and research interests center around college basketball, specifically the recruiting process and how it affects the national landscape of the sport. His article, “Shoe Money, AAU Basketball, and the Effects on College Basketball Recruiting” was selected to be published in the most recent edition of the Mississippi Sports Law Review.

 

Managing Notes Editor–Laurel Gosman

Laurel is a third-year student at the University of Mississippi School of Law and is the Notes Editor of the Mississippi Sports Law Review. She graduated from the University of Mississippi with a degree in Psychology and dual minors in Political Science and English. Her primary interests lie in college sports and the concept of amateurism. Laurel is an avid Ole Miss Rebels sports fan. She is currently in second place in her fantasy baseball league and is the reigning champion of her fantasy football  league.