Christopher Deubert is the senior law and ethics associate for the Law and Ethics initiative of the Football Players Health Study at Harvard University, and he plays an integral role in executing the Law and Ethics initiative’s projects. Previously, Deubert practiced commercial litigation, sports law, securities litigation, and labor/employment litigation in New York City. His sports practice focused primarily on representing NFL players in league matters, including appeals under the NFL Drug and Steroid Policies for Commissioner Discipline, internal investigations, and related litigation. Deubert also worked for Sportstars, Inc., one of the largest NFL-player representation firms, performing contract, statistical, and legal analysis, and he performed similar work during an internship with the New York Jets. He does research on behalf of the Sports Lawyers Association. Deubert graduated with a joint JD/MBA degree from Fordham University School of Law and Graduate School of Business in 2010, and a BS in Sport Management from the University of Massachusetts in 2006.
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