Sports law is a specialized type of law practice, concerned chiefly with the rules, regulations, and rights involved in the interaction between athletes, teams, and larger athletic organizations. The individuals in this audience are chiefly concerned with sports law, and concurrently, its interaction with trademarks and copyrights, intellectual property law, amicus briefs, the ADA, and other types of professional counsel.
Recreation facilities are a great place for a teenager or adult to unwind, meet new people, or just have fun. This audience is focused on organizing and leading leisure activities for groups in facilities like parks, camps or senior centers. They might be enforcing safety rules, planning what activities to do, or administrating first aid when needed. In addition, they may be familiar with, have worked at, or used NRPA or YMCA facilities.
Turnkey, Prodigy Sports, and Witt Kieffer are just a few of the sports recruiting agencies these audiences are likely to be a part of. These sports recruiters are interested in hiring top talent from a variety of sports, including but not limited to baseball, basketball, football, and soccer.