The 3rd Annual Game Day Sports Case Competition
February 27, 2016
UCLA Anderson School of Management
Registration Deadline February 5, 2016
The 3rd Annual Game Day Sports Case Competition is the only sports case competition that brings together MBA and JD student to take a multidisciplinary approach to analyzing, presenting and negotiating solutions to real-world business problems. Teams will compete for a $10,000 prize. Winners are selected by a blue-ribbon panel of senior executives who are leading and shaping the future of the sports industry.
To register for the competition, please complete the registration form with team information and payment. Click link below.
The registration fee is $500 for one team, or $1,000 for two teams. No school may register more than two teams. Registration fees are nonrefundable. Registration without payment will not be considered completed.
Your registration is not complete until the competition director receives confirmation of both your completed registration form and your payment for the registration fee. The Competition Director will acknowledge by email receipt of each completed registration form and payment. Registration may fill prior to February 5, 2016. If your registration form and payment are received after registration is already full, the competition director will promptly notify you of that fact by email, and will refund your payment for the registration fee.
Only the first twenty teams to register and pay the entry fee will be guaranteed a team slot in the Game Day Sports Case Competition.
Each team (3-5 students total) must be comprised of at least one current MBA and one current JD student from the same university. JD/MBA students can fulfill the role of either an MBA or JD, as long as he/she has completed at least one year of academics in the respective field.
Team members must come from both the business and law school of the same college/university. If a university has only one of the two graduate schools, the interested team may recruit from another local college with the Competition Director's prior approval. However, this rule applies only for schools that do not have both a law school and a graduate business school.
Schedule coming soon.
Center for MEMES