Dr. Dana Shaw, assistant professor of sport administration, participated in a conference hosted by the Tennessee Law Review titled, “Looking Back and Looking Forward: The Nineteenth Amendment 100 Years Later.” Shaw was part of a panel discussion which focused on obstacles to women’s equality in the professional sphere including the path to leadership in law firms, how gender impacts investments and the disparate funding of women’s collegiate athletic programs. Shaw pulled from her expertise from working with coaches, administrators and athletes advising on contract negotiations and investigations, as well as Title IX policy review, compliance and training initiatives.
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