1 Michael G. Gibbons Department of English Yale University P.O. Box New Haven, CT Education Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA J.D. M.S. Sport Management B.A. Political Science Teaching Experience Associate Professor, Sport Studies Department Associate Professor and Chair, Sport Studies Department St. John Fisher College, Rochester, NY Developed curriculum and program assessment plan for new major and minor in sport management; designed practicum and internship program and developed working relationships with sport organizations; established advisory board and speaker series; created marketing materials and developed recruiting and retention plans; administered department budget; scheduled courses for 160 majors; hired, managed and mentored department of five full-time faculty and adjunct faculty; submitted curriculum and received program approval from Sport Management Program Review Council Instructor Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management Teaching/Research Assistant Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management Courses Taught Introduction to Sport Management, Business Law, Sport Law, Amateur Sport Law, Professional Sport Law, Sport Ethics, Sport and American Culture, College Athletics, Research and Writing in Sport Management, Sport Policy
2 Legal Experience Attorney Law Offices of Glenn M. Wong, Amherst, MA Represented the Boston Red Sox in salary arbitration cases against arbitration eligible players; managed and coordinated team which conducted season and career statistical analysis of players and their comparables; prepared briefs in anticipation of scheduled hearings before arbitration panel and assisted in club presentation at hearing Attorney Law Offices of John P. Gibbons, Dedham, MA Partner in general litigation practice specializing in criminal defense, personal injury, divorce, probate and criminal appeals Assistant District Attorney Northwestern District Attorney s Office, Northampton, MA Directed and coordinated civil/criminal Asset Forfeiture Program within District Attorney s Office; developed civil forfeiture pleadings and all related litigation practices and procedures for the enforcement of state forfeiture statute; handled all other aspects of prosecution including arraignment, bail hearing, pretrial conference, plea bargaining, jury trials, and sentencing; drafted oppositions to defense motions; drafted and submitted briefs to the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts Paralegal/Special Assistant U.S. Attorney United States Attorney s Office, Boston, MA Initiated and facilitated prosecution of civil and criminal asset forfeiture claims under federal Controlled Substance Act, Customs laws and other federal forfeiture statutes by drafting complaints, affidavits, motions for summary judgment, oppositions to motions to dismiss, stipulations, and other relevant pleadings; researched issued and drafted memoranda of law; co-authored appellate briefs filed in the First Circuit Court of Appeals. Appointed and served as Special Assistant U.S. Attorney from January to June, Clerk to the Honorable A. David Mazzone United States District Court, Boston, MA Acquired and used thorough understanding of Federal Rules of Procedure and Local Rules of the United States District Court to manage court docket; maintained pleadings, dockets, and complete case files; managed court calendar and conducted hearings, arraignments, dispositions, jury empanelment, and trials. Admitted Massachusetts Bar, Federal District Court
3 Publications and Presentations Publications Gibbons, M. (2010). Conduct Issues. In D.C. Cotten & J.T. Wolohan (Eds.). Law for recreation and sport managers (5 th edition, pp ). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt. Gibbons, M. & Campbell, D. (2003). Liability of recreation and competitive sport organizations for sexual assaults on children by administrators, coaches, and volunteers. Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport, 13(3) Sikorski, E. & Gibbons, M. (January 1998). Old School: Despite difficulties, more courts line up in support of age-limitation rules. Athletic Business, Gibbons, M. & Wong, G. (December 1997). Player v. Player: Two courts limit liability for sports participants. Athletic Business, Published Abstracts and Conference Presentations Gibbons, M. & McKelvey, S. (March 2011). Strange bedfellows: The NFL and library associations seek further review of the Fourth Circuit s decision in Bouchat v. Baltimore Ravens. Sport and Recreation Law Association Conference, Savannah, Georgia. Gibbons, M. (March 2007). Athlete misconduct and the presumption of innocence: legal and practical implications for sport administrators. Sport and Recreation Law Association Conference, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Mowrey, R. & Gibbons, M. (March 2005). Reducing Sexual Assaults in Sport: Risk Management, Judicial, and Legislative Solutions. Sport and Recreation Law Association Conference, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Gibbons, M. & Vanderbilt, D. (June 2004). Teaching writing and research in sport management. 19 th Annual Meeting of the North American Society for Sport Management, Atlanta, Georgia. Gibbons, M. (June 2004). Judicial and legislative responses to sexual assaults by coaches on their athletes. 19 th Annual Meeting of the North American Society for Sport Management, Atlanta, Georgia. Gibbons, M. & Austin, G. (November 2003). Case study: NCAA men s college cup. 1 st Annual Meeting of the Sport Marketing Association, Gainesville, Florida. Other Conference Presentations Gibbons, M. (October 2003). Liability and safety in athletics. Chapter V Athletic Administrators Professional Development Workshop, Victor, New York. Gibbons, M. (March 2003). Cultivating good sportsmanship. 21 st Annual Conference of the New York State Athletic Administrators Association, Saratoga Springs, New York.
4 Grants and Awards: 2010 NCAA Division III Faculty Athletics Representative Fellow St. John Fisher College 2004 Faculty Development Grant - Developing a Fan Code of Conduct Policy for NCAA Division III Athletic Directors Faculty Development Research and Presentations: Fall 2010 Presentation: Teaching Writing Skills in Upper-level Courses for Majors Fall 2008 Presentation: Teaching Writing Beyond the First Year Program Summer 2007 Learning Circle: Copyright Law Summer 2002 Learning Circle: Student Engagement College and Community Service Empire 8 Faculty Athletics Representative (Chair, ; ) ; Faculty Council Faculty Grievance Committees Chair, Sport Studies Advisory Board Chair/member of various search committees Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport, Editorial Board Department 199 Assessment Committee 2008 Associate Dean Proposal Committee 2008 Communications/Journalism Tenure Committee Rank and Tenure Committee (Chair, ) Chair, Sportsmanship Conference Sport Management Program Review Council (SMPRC) Folio Reader Middle States Study Group, Standard 6 - Integrity Information Literacy Working Group Hearing Panel on Sexual and Civil Harassment Section V Sportsmanship Committee John Marshall High School Law Advisory Board Mary Ellen Milne Student Employee of the Year Committee Women and Gender Studies Committee PETAL Faculty Development Committee National Soccer Coaches Association of America Division I Subcommittee on Marketing Professional Memberships North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) Sport and Recreation Law Association (SRLA)
5 Other Related Experience Assistant Soccer Coach Assisted in all aspects of coaching at NCAA Division I level, including conducting training sessions, recruiting, scouting, monitoring academic progress of student-athletes, fundraising, and coordinating alumni functions; promoted and directed summer soccer camps; conducted numerous clinics for community youth groups and local schools Assistant Soccer Coach Brown University, Providence, RI Assisted in all aspects of coaching at NCAA Division I level, including conducting training sessions, recruiting, scouting, fundraising, and coordinating alumni functions; Ivy League Co-Champs and NCAA Final 8 appearance in Professional Soccer Player Kalamazoo Kangaroos, Kalamazoo, MI Played two seasons of indoor soccer under professional contract in American Indoor Soccer Association (AISA). Coaching Licenses: NSCAA Advanced National Diploma; USSF B.
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