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Miki Turner

I blog mostly about soccer and legal issues. I graduated from the University of Richmond (1997) with degrees in Political Science, Journalism and Spanish (lapsed, alas).

I later graduated from California Western School of Law (2001) with a J.D., and after a break, have been practicing law in the State of Washington since 2003.

I'm a Seattle Sounders season ticket holder, and I enjoy traveling to away games. I have a munchkin who is almost 6; where does the time go?

Legal Linkage

There are a couple of things I wanted to briefly comment on (but don’t necessarily warrant a full post at this time): GAMBLING: Chief among them, is the ruling from the Supreme Court this morning which has overturned the federal law on sports gambling. You can read the […]

The $500,000,000 (Soccer) Pyramid

Out of the ashes of the scorched-earth legal proceedings involving the North American Soccer League, the United States Soccer Federation and Major League Soccer comes a glimmer of a path forward. I shouldn’t overstate this; it barely qualifies as spark at this point. But as first reported by Brian […]

Enjoy Your Weekend, Ahead of a Big Week

Hope everyone is enjoying lots of soccer and nice(ish) weather. Big week ahead with the plaintiffs’ response to PSV/MLS motion to dismiss, and the Status Conference scheduled to happen midweek. My updating will be somewhat sporadic, as I’ll have my Munchkin all week (thoughts and prayers appreciated 😬😁), […]