Loyola University Chicago

School of Law

Sports and Entertainment Law Society

2017-18 Executive Board

Jerome Crabtree (Co-President) – jcrabtree2@luc.edu

Quentin Ayukesong (Co-President) – qayukesong@luc.edu

Marena Diaz (VP) – mdiaz19@luc.edu

Michael Buehrer (Secretary) – mbuehrer@luc.edu

Mary Hannoush (PR) – mhannosh@luc.edu

Jack Miya (Treasurer) – jmiya@luc.edu

Natalie Fine (Event-Coordinator) – nfine1@luc.edu

The Sport and Entertainment Law Society (SELS) at Loyola seeks to serve those that want to learn about and discuss the latest legal news in the sports and entertainment industries. By creating a community of students and professionals in these fields, SELS is a vehicle to create awareness of opportunities and events in the Chicago area.

SELS sponsors and co-sponsors several speakers and discussion panels each semester. These events bring together Loyola law students to learn from and network with practicing members of the sports and entertainment industries. Additionally, the chapter at Loyola works in collaboration to support different charitable activities each year.

Please add SELS on TWEN or Facebook to learn about these opportunities!

TWEN:                    http://lawschool.westlaw.com/manage/homepage.aspx?courseid=73172

Facebook:              http://www.facebook.com/groups/151917801505066/


Members of the 2012-2013 SELS Executive Board at the Activites Fair
Pictured (L-R): Erik Kabe, Mark Mathewson, Kristina Wilson, and Andrew Holmstrom

Along with the Co-Presidents of the Art & Law Society, Kristen Mansfield and Elizabeth Maddock,
Andrew Holmstrom traveled to the Annual Meeting for the ABA Forum Committee on Spots and 
Entertainment Law October 2012 - Four Seasons, Las Vegas‌

During Hunger Week at Loyola, members of SELS staged a “Penny Wars” competition among the grades and faculty to raise money for charity

Andrew Holmstrom and Mark Mathewson, members of the 2012-2013 Executive Board, joined 2L student Ryan Sachs (center) to compete at the 6th Annual Baseball Arbitration Competition at Tulane University