Professor Singer created the Legal Issues in Sports Management course for undergraduate business students in order to provide in depth knowledge of how the law relates to issues in sports.
Since 1998, Brooks has worked in a variety of fields including legal, law enforcement, education, and sports. After graduating college, Singer worked as a Deputy Sheriff and Patrol Officer in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He later earned joint law and master’s degrees from The Catholic University of America. In 1999, Brooks was named head coach of Catholic University’s first varsity men’s lacrosse team where he remains the head coach today. Since 1999, Brooks also held a position with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) as a Senior Investigator. While at DOJ, he worked on numerous investigations and high profile matters involving violations of federal law, and spoke at a variety of national conferences and events.
In 2012, Brooks departed the DOJ to teach and coach at Catholic University. In addition to his undergraduate teaching, Brooks teaches at Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law. Singer is also the Director of the Madlax National All-Star lacrosse teams and the Capitol Lacrosse Camp. And, he is presently serving on the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III All-American Committee and the Intercollegiate Men’s Coaches Lacrosse Association Division III Rules Committee.
Professor Singer holds a BA (Political Science) from the University of Arizona, a joint JD-MA from Catholic University, Columbus School of Law, and is licensed to practice law in Florida and the District of Columbia.
It is very rewarding to teach college students who are eager to learn. My goal is to provide each student with the necessary legal knowledge so they can thrive in the professional world after graduating. – Brooks Singer
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