The Bulls family continues its winning ways, with the Lady Bulls club ice hockey team travelling to Columbus this week to compete in the American Collegiate Hockey Association Championships after winning the College Hockey East Championship two weeks ago in Indiana, Pennsylvania. The Lady Bulls have a 10-2-0 record, continuing their domination of the College Hockey East league. Go Lady Bulls!!!
Helen A. “Nellie” Drew is an expert in sports law, including professional and amateur sports issues ranging from NCAA compliance and Title IX matters to facility construction, discipline of professional athletes, collective bargaining and franchise issues. Drew formerly served as an officer and in-house counsel to the Buffalo Sabres of the National Hockey League, after previously working as outside counsel to the Sabres and the NHL. Among her more interesting experiences were assisting former USSR superstar Alexander Mogilny in obtaining asylum status in the U.S. and working on multiple NHL expansions, including San Jose, Ottawa, Florida and Tampa Bay.
Drew teaches a variety of courses that incorporate topics such as drug testing in professional sports and professional player contract negotiation and arbitration. She is especially interested in the evolving research and litigation concerning concussions in both amateur and professional sports.
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