Expansion of Sports Betting in NJ and Around the Country
March 7, 2022
On March 4, 2022, Seton Hall Law School Assistant Dean Devon Corneal sat down with the New Jersey Law Journal to discuss the expansion of sports betting in New Jersey and the need for comprehensive and robust compliance education for gaming operators. “Building an atmosphere of compliance and integrity in whatever business you’re in is vital to your reputational goals and your business goals,” said Dean Corneal, emphasizing that lawyers play an “important role” in helping companies understand the regulations they face. Dean Corneal noted that need can be met, in part, by Seton Hall Law School’s annual Gaming Law, Compliance and Integrity Bootcamp – an intensive compliance certificate program for industry professionals designed to help them build meaningful and responsive compliance programs within their companies and to maintain high standards of integrity and ethics throughout the industry.
"Building an atmosphere of compliance and integrity in whatever business you’re in is vital to your reputational goals and your business goals."
Devon Corneal, Assistant Dean
Attorneys Take Gamble on Fledgling Industry: Sports Betting Brings Compliance Boom for Lawyers (NJLJ, March 4, 2022)
- Seton Hall Law School Kicks Off Fourth Annual Gaming Law, Compliance, and Integrity Bootcamp With Record Attendance
- The 3rd Annual Gaming Law, Compliance & Integrity Bootcamp Hosted Industry Experts to Discuss Challenges and Adopt Best Practices
- Philip R. Sellinger, U.S. Attorney for District of N.J. to Discuss Federal Anti-Fraud Efforts in the Gambling Industry
- Michael Fasciale, 3L, Wins Multiple Accolades with Research on Student-Athlete Compensation