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Biographies of Article Contributors
Analyzing the WNBA 's Mandatory AgelEducation Poticyfrom a Legal, Cultural, and
Ethical Perspective: Women, Men, and the Professional Sports Landscape
Professor Marc Edelman is an expert in the fields of sports law and economics.
A graduate of both the Wharton School and Michigan Law School, Professor Edelman
has practiced in the areas of sports, antitrust, and commercial litigation. He teaches
courses in sports law at New York Law School, Seton Hall University, and
Manhattanville College.
Dr. C. Keith Harrison is an Associate Professor at the University of Central
Florida in the DeVos Sport Business Management Program in the College of Business
Administration. Dr. Harrison has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and
scholarly book chapters on his research and is CEO and co-founder of Scholar-BallerTM,
a non-profit organization that uses sports and entertainment to bridge the gap between
academic achievement and popular culture,
A Penny for the Court's Thoughts? The High Price of.Judicial Elections
Bronson D. Bills is presently a trial attorney in Salt Lake City, Utah. Prior to his
current position he was a federal law clerk to the Honorable J. Thomas Greene, United
States District Court for the District of Utah. Mr. Bills has published several other law
journal articles in the Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy and the Connecticut
Public Interest Law Journal.
Pregnancy, Medicaid State Regulation, and the Production of Unruly Bodies
Khiara M. Bridges received her B.A. from Spelman College in 1999, her J.D.
from Columbia Law School in 2002, and is currently a Ph. D. Candidate in the


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