2017 Hooplaw


Save the Date: Saturday, August 26 and Sunday, August 27, 2017

About the 2017 Hooplaw Basketball Tournament

Do you love basketball? Are you inspired by watching the seamless execution of the Warriors players?

You can play too and for a great cause! Ask your friends, colleagues, and law school buddies to form a 5-on-5 basketball team and take your skills from the courtroom to the basketball court.

The competitive nature of lawyers will provide entertainment and comedy during the August tournament, all while supporting the push to encourage diverse youth to practice law.

Tournament proceeds support high school and undergrad programs that encourage underserved students to pursue a law school education: Law Academy, Destination Law School and School-To-College.

Be sure to download the player contract. Every player must sign and return the contract and rules and regulations to DDeSouza@sfbar.org.
For questions about the basketball tournament, read the player contract or contact Ann Murphy at amurphy@sfbar.org.

Thanks for your participation and your support of BASF’s diversity pipeline programs!


About the 2017 Hooplaw Basketball Tournament

The Details: What, When and Where

Saturday, August 26 - Sunday, August 27
Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts (SOTA) Gym

Questions? Contact amurphy@sfbar.org.

 



Hooplaw FAQ

We recommend a team of 8 people to ensure you can field a team of 5, which is required to play each tournament game.
We recommend a team of 8 people to ensure you can field a team of 5, which is required to play each tournament game.
Our minimum number of teams for the tournament is 5 and we hope to get up to 10 team competing.
Players must be 18 years old.
Yes, they need to be the same color with numbers on the back.
Yes, we will work to put all individuals on a team. Just indicate the “Individual” registration.
BASF has contracted with high school coaches, referees and scorekeepers.
All teams will play a minimum of 3 games in a round-robin format and then place for bracket play.

Please contact Ann Murphy at amurphy@sfbar.org with additional questions.