Over the course of the last month, Christian Dennie has been asked to deliver presentations all over the country relating to his sports law practice. In early March, Christian lectured to students and professors at the University of Oklahoma College of Law, as a part of a lecture series, on representing clients involved in the sports industry. Then, in late March, Christian traveled to Cambridge, Massachusetts to HarvardLawSchool to serve as a panelist on a symposium entitled The Changing Face of Intercollegiate Athletics: Amateurs, Academics, and the Athletic Arms Race. Christian discussed the NCAA’s version of amateurism and its application to student-athletes. He served as a panelist along with former University of Colorado student-athlete Jeremy Bloom and law professors from the University of Vermont, Northeastern University, Duke University, and Pennsylvania State University. The following weekend, Christian returned closer to home to deliver a presentation on the Bowl Championship Series (“BCS”) as a part of Tarrant County Bench Bar Conference.