In an effort to promote integrity and legal compliance in the gaming industry, Seton Hall Law School will host a Gaming Law, Compliance and Integrity Bootcamp Mar. 9-11.
The bootcamp will provide legal, compliance and ethics education to professionals working or seeking to work in the gaming space, along with law students aspiring to practice in the field. Funding for the program has been provided by GVC Foundation US, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting responsible gambling, sports integrity and corporate compliance in the U.S.
“Seton Hall Law School, a leading law school and recognized global leader in compliance education, is excited to partner with GVC Foundation US to launch the Bootcamp,” said Kathleen M. Boozang, Dean of Seton Hall Law School. “The intensive and interactive Bootcamp, resulting in a certificate, will ensure that gaming compliance professionals have a strong understanding of regulatory frameworks and the ability to identify, scrutinize, prevent and address unlawful or unethical behaviors.”
The faculty and speaker list includes:
- Marc Edelman, Professor of Law, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, City University of New York
- Jacob Elberg, Associate Professor of Law, Seton Hall Law School
- Sarah Devlin, Assistant US Attorney, USAO – New Jersey
- Dennis Drazin, Partner, Drazin & Warsaw and Operator of Monmouth Park Racetrack
- Michael Fries, Vice President, Regulatory Affairs & Deputy Chief Compliance Officer, Scientific Games Corporation.
- Timothy Goldsmith, Partner, Assurance, Ernst & Young, LLP
- Jeremy Kleiman, Member, Saiber
- Kate Lowenhar-Fisher, Member and Gaming & Hospitality Practice Group Chair, Dickinson Wright
- Martin Lycka, Director of Regulatory Affairs, GVC Holdings and Trustee of GVC Foundation US
- David Opderbeck, Professor of Law, Co-Director, Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology, Seton Hall Law
- William J. Pascrell, III, Partner, Princeton Public Affairs Group and Trustee of GVC Foundation US
- Louis Rogacki, Deputy Director, New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement
- Jake Williams, Vice President, Legal & Regulatory Affairs, Sportradar
“The bootcamp provides an opportunity for seasoned professionals and industry newcomers to become fully integrated in the regulations and nuances of the overall gaming sector,” said Dennis Drazin, Monmouth Park CEO and a member of Seton Hall Law’s Sports, Gaming & Hospitality Law Advisory Board. For more info., visit: https://law.shu.edu/compliance/bootcamp/index.cfm