September 26, 2013
On any given day, Tulane Law School Professor Gabe Feldman might lead you to the latest development in the lawsuit against the NFL over player concussions, offer his own 140-character commentary, point you to an ESPN piece on women’s soccer, opine on a pro golf penalty or link to his Grantland.com column analyzing the Biogenesis/A-Rod scandal in Major League Baseball.
That’s why Sports Illustrated included Feldman, aka @SportsLawGuy, in its SITwitter100 for the third straight year.
The listing is what Sports Illustrated and SI.com staffers consider the Twitter accounts that are “essential to your daily routine for finding news, information and entertainment from the sports world.”
The SI.com staffers had this to say about Feldman:
“Rarely a week goes by anymore in which sports news isn’t dominated by legal issues, whether it’s Alex Rodriguez’s suspension, a lawsuit involving the NCAA, or player misconduct on a university or professional team. Feldman, who joined the Tulane Law School faculty in 2005, helps cut through the noise with smart tweets and links on the growing field of sports law.”
Feldman is the Director of the Tulane Sports Law Program and is the university’s Associate Provost for NCAA Compliance. He teaches Antitrust, Sports Law, Negotiation and Mediation and Contracts. He has written for Grantland and The Huffington Post and contributes to the Sports Law Blog.