Sport Law & Strategy Group Welcomes New Team Member

The Sport Law & Strategy Group is pleased to announce that lawyer Michelle Kropp has joined our existing team of eleven professionals located across the country working to provide exceptional sport management services to our clients.

As a former board member of a sport club and current professional advisor to various sport organizations, Michelle is familiar with the unique challenges they encounter. Since beginning her career at a full-service Toronto firm, Michelle has maintained her own practice in various legal settings. She regularly appears before tribunals, at all levels of court in Ontario.

‘’I am thrilled to be a part of the dynamic team that is SLSG!’’, shared Michelle. ‘’We all bring a diverse skill set to the group and encourage each other to grow professionally. I’m excited to channel my passion for sport and utilize the knowledge and skills gained during my years of practice to support and serve the sport community.’’

“We are very pleased to be adding Michelle to our roster of incredibly talented and dedicated people,” shared Partner Steve Indig. “We know that Michelle will help provide our sport clients with the insight and caring that has become a hallmark of the way we have contributed to the sport sector since 1992.”

Michelle has two black belts in karate and is an active soccer player. When she’s not on the field, sparring, or teaching karate, she can be found hiking with her family and touring the country’s various parks.  To learn more about Michelle, you can read her biography or her first blogpost as an SLSG Team Member on the topic of litigation and dispute resolution.

The Sport Law & Strategy Group has been providing strategic insight to the Canadian sport community since 1992. We offer a full range of consulting and legal services to the Canadian sport community. We are accessible, affordable, highly skilled, and bring experience and common sense to every project. Our mission is to help you achieve yours. To learn more about us please visit www.sportlaw.ca.

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