"Ballparks, Steroids and the Law" Baseball Panel

          April 3rd's "Ballparks, Steroids, and the Law" Baseball Panel was a huge success! Thank you to all who attended; you were truly an engaged audience. The topic and conversations were interesting and intriguing. The ballpark food was a hit! What a great start to the 2014 baseball season!

          A very special thank you to Raj Chatterjee '94 and his firm Morrison & Foerster for hosting. Thank you also to our featured speakers Joe Cotchett '64, David Silbert '94 and moderator Raj Chatterjee '94 for a most fascinating discussion. Great job! What alumni talent!

          Pictures from the event are now up on flickr for your viewing pleasure.

          Looking forward to seeing you at our next event!

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