Lecturer in Law
Glenn M. Wong has 35 years of teaching experience at the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts. He has taught several courses, including, “Sports Law,” “Professional Sports and the Law,” “Finance and Business in the Sports Industry,” and “Collegiate Athletics.” He has also been a faculty member in various executive education programs.
Wong currently serves as outside counsel for the Baltimore Orioles and the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. He has been involved with numerous NCAA issues, sports insurance underwriting, and torts and intellectual property cases. Wong has represented athletes, coaches, front office personnel and conference commissioners in contract negotiations. He has also been a salary arbitrator for Major League Baseball and an arbitrator for the United States Olympic Committee.
Wong is a frequent speaker on sport law and sport management topics in the media and at professional and academic conferences. He has authored several books and over 100 sport law articles. Essentials of Sports Law, 4th Edition (2010) and The Comprehensive Guide to Careers in Sports, 2nd Edition (2012) are two of his books. Wong recently co-authored an article in the Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review with Stanford Law School Professor William B. Gould IV, entitled, “Full Court Press: Northwestern University, A New Challenge to the NCAA.” He is currently the President of the Sports Lawyers Association, of which he has been a member of the board of directors since 1998.
Wong received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Sociology from Brandeis University (1974) and a Juris Doctorate degree from Boston College Law School (1977).