Seton Hall University School of Law’s Gaming Law, Compliance and Bootcamp Tuesday is wrapping up its second day in Newark, New Jersey. Over 100 participants are attending educational sessions about compliance, integrity, and ethics.
“As a leading law school and recognized leader in compliance education, Seton Hall Law School is proud to present our fourth annual Bootcamp,” said Seton Hall Law School Assistant Dean for Gaming, Hospitality, Entertainment & Sports Law Devon Corneal in a statement. “This intense, interactive event will ensure that industry professionals explore a range of critical topics, from responsible gambling to anti-corruption.”
Seton Hall Law School launched the program in March 2020. The event covers topics including U.S. and European Union gaming regulatory frameworks, fostering ethical business cultures, and best practices and tools to prevent, detect, and mitigate corruption and fraud. More than 50 expert speakers presented talks about sports betting, horse racing, casino operations, and gaming regulation. Speakers included Seton Hall Law School faculty, partners from law and consulting firms, and leaders of gaming associations, councils, and authorities.
Funding for the Bootcamp was provided by Entain Foundation, dedicated to promoting responsible gambling, sports integrity, and corporate compliance. Also, U.S. Bronze Sponsorship funding was be provided by BetMGM.
“The long-term sustainability of the gambling industry depends on robust regulation and enhanced consumer protection. This is why we need dedicated and skilled professionals in regulatory affairs and compliance,” said Entain Foundation U.S. SVP for American Regulatory Affairs Martin Lycka. “Educating these professionals and inspiring them to rededicate their focus on compliance and integrity is a key objective of the Bootcamp.”
“This is a landmark event for the industry,” said Bill Pascrell, III, Faculty Member of the Gaming Law, Integrity, and Compliance Bootcamp and Partner at Princeton Public Affairs Group. “The Bootcamp has trained countless gaming industry professionals in best practices, compliance, and integrity, all of which help make the gambling industry more impactful and responsible.”