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Buckner Will Conduct Principal and Athletic Director Workshop on FHSAA Hearings and New NCAA Rules in August

Buckner, a global-focused sports and education law firm with a litigation niche, will conduct its High School Summer Seminar Series, which will feature two sessions:

  • “Best Practices When Your School Has an FHSAA Issue or Hearing”: This session will identify best practices to address instances when a student-athlete or sports team is declared ineligible for Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) competition.
  • “Primer on the New NCAA Initial-Eligibility Rules”: This session will review the impact of the new National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) initial-eligibility legislation package for college-bound high school student-athletes.

The High School Summer Seminar Series will be conducted by Michael Buckner, an attorney for Buckner. The event will occur from 3:00-5:00 pm on two dates (August 5 and 6, 2015) at the firm’s South Florida office, 7771 West Oakland Park Boulevard, Suite 162, Sunrise, Florida 33351. Space is extremely limited.

This event is designed for private and public Florida high school principals, assistant principals, athletic directors, guidance counselors and other school officials with athletically-related duties.

To register for the event, please visit https://www.bucknersportslaw.com/News-Resources/Events and select the event and date most convenient for you. The registration fee for the event is $45 per person. You are welcome to invite additional team members from your school who play a role in athletics.

Feel free to contact Michael Buckner at 954-941-1844 or info@bucknersportslaw.com for more information.



About Michael L. Buckner, Esquire

An attorney who provides clients with internal investigation, civil litigation, estate planning and compliance services.


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