March 26, 2014
By Ryan Carlson, 2L, CSLP Sports Law Fellow
The Center for Sports Law & Policy (CSLP) from Thomas Jefferson School of Law (TJSL) recently sent five of its Sports Law Fellows (CSLP Fellows) (Rachel Travis, Shana Avery, John Young, Peter Tobiasson, and Ryan Carlson) to tour one of the most recognized golf companies in the world, and to had a face to face with the company’s associate general counsel (AGC), Sierra Brandis.
When golfers hear the name TaylorMade, they immediately think gigantic, white driver heads that boost distance by 15 yards, and exclusive irons that are worth every penny. To the non-golfer, however, TaylorMade Golf is just a name. So what is TaylorMade Golf, and why did the CSLP take a trip to their headquarters?
Located just 25 minutes from TJSL, in Carlsbad, California, this successful company has been one of the leading pioneers in the golf equipment industry since 1979. From golf clubs and golf balls, to shoes and apparel, if you need it on the golf course, TaylorMade probably makes it.
April 22, 2014 @ 6:00pm
Working in sports law is not limited to agents and general managers. Please join the Center for Sports Law & Policy at Thomas Jefferson School of Law to learn what is available to you and how to get there. Representatives from local golf companies TaylorMade and Callaway will be in attendance as well as other sports professionals.
RSVP with Director Evans at: email@example.com.