Faculty

Janis Doleschal


Janis DoleschalJanis Doleschal was the Commissioner of Sports and Athletics for the Milwaukee Public Schools from 1974 to 2002. She has been a member of the Marquette Law School's National Sports Law Institute (NSLI) Board of Advisers, and has also served on numerous committees for the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association. Among numerous awards for her work in athletics, Janis was inducted into the Wisconsin Sports Hall of Fame in 1999 for her work as an athletic administrator. Janis received her bachelor's degree from UW-LaCrosse, master's degree from UW-Milwaukee, M.Div. from Trinity Theological Seminary and L.L.M. from Anglia Polytechnic University Law School.
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Joseph Hylton


Joseph Hylton J. Gordon Hylton joined the Marquette Law School faculty in 1995 after teaching at IIT Chicago-Kent and Washington University. From 1997 to 2001, Professor Hylton taught courses in legal and constitutional history and the history of sport in the Marquette History Department. He was the chair of the committee that created the current MULS Sports Law Program, and from 1997 to 1999, he served as interim director of the National Sports Law Institute. He is currently a member of the National Sports Law Institute Board of Advisers and a member of the Sports Lawyers Association. His current research interests include a focus on the legal history of American sports. Professor Hylton received his bachelor's degree from Oberlin College, a master's degree from the University of Virginia, and a Ph.D. from Harvard University. More...

Paul McInerny


Paul McInernyPaul McInerny is the Associate Athletic Director for Engagement & External Affairs at Marquette and is a past recipient of the M Club's Hy Popuch Memorial Award for service to Marquette athletics. Prior to entering the field of education, he enjoyed a successful two-year sports journalism career in North Dakota. He has since been an adjunct teacher at two universities and has been published in a number of academic journals. Paul received his bachelor's degree and Ph.D from Marquette and a master's degree from Southern Illinois University. More...

Jamie McNeilly


Jamie McNeillyJamie McNeilly is a Student Athlete Development Specialist at Marquette University as well as Assistant Coach of the Canada Cadet Men's Basketball. He helped lead the Canada team to win the bronze medal at the FIBA America's world-qualifying championships held in Mexico during June 2011. McNeilly also played at the collegiate level at the University of New Orleans in 2006-07, played professionally in Germany in 2007-08, and joined USC Heidelberg of the Pro A league. Prior to his stint in Germany, McNeilly played for Team Canada in the 2005 Summer Universidad event in Turkey and in the same tournament in Bangkok in 2007, when he helped the team win the bronze medal. More...

Richard Reider


Richard Reider Richard Reider, President of RaR Consulting, LLC, has almost 30 years of sales and marketing experience on his resume, most of which were spent at the Miller Brewing Company. He was Manager of Sports and Event Marketing for 16 years. In that role he was responsible for managing a variety of local and national properties including regional sports teams (e.g. Milwaukee Brewers, Milwaukee Bucks, Chicago White Sox, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Detroit Red Wings) and many special events (including the NFL Super Bowl). He also has extensive experience in boxing, golf, pro beach volleyball and college sports. His expertise lies in strategic planning and brand management, as well as project planning and execution. Richard received his bachelor’s degree from State University of NY-Buffalo and a master’s degree from the University of Southern California. More...

 

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