WELCOME TO THE VILLANOVA SPORTS LAW BLOG
The mission of the Villanova Sports Law Blog is to provide students and professionals with a forum to analyze and discuss the current and evolving dynamics across the sports landscape, including legal issues and hot-button topics as they arise. The Villanova Sports Law Blog works in conjunction with the Villanova Sports Law Society and as part of the Jeffrey S. Moorad Center for the Study of Sports Law.
Meet the Executive Board
Editor in Chief
Morgan Evans is a 3L at Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law. She is from Reading, PA and previously attended Temple University where she received her bachelor of the arts in psychology and minor in general business studies. Morgan was a competitive gymnast for over ten years and still coaches recreationally and is an avid Pittsburgh Penguins fan. She currently works at UDG Healthcare, plc in their legal department.
Ryan is a 2L JD/MBA candidateat Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law. He is from Miami, Florida and played football for four years at Trinity College, where he earned a B.S. in Economics and served as the sports editor of the Trinity Tripod. Ryan earned a masters degree in Sports Administration from the University of Miami, and has worked as a communications intern for the Miami Dolphins and a student manager for the University of Miami women’s basketball team.
Deputy Editor in Chief
Dani is a 12-time NCAA All American in track and field and a second-year student at Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law. This year, she is a fellow for the Moorad Center for the Study of Sports here at Villanova and serves as a member of the Events Committee for the Sports Law Society. Herfavorite teams include the New York Yankees and the New York Giants.
Ian is a 2L JD/MBA Candidate from Whitehall, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Penn State with a degree in Marketing, including a focus in Sports Marketing. Ian has experience working in Sales and NFL agency and plans to combine his knowledge of business, law, and sports as an agent himself. It is his hope that the intersection of these fields will allow him to represent and advocate for players in both their professional and entrepreneurial lives