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Arthur Miller’s advice to potential law students

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 05 / 18 / 15

W e offered excerpts of my recent interview with legal scholar Arthur R. Miller last week ( SportsBusiness Journal, May 11-17 issue ). I wasn’t very familiar with Miller’s work when pitched the idea, but I quickly became very interested after learning more of his background: Harvard...

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