Joseph M. Kelly
Joseph M. Kelly, Ph.D., J.D., is a Professor of Business Law at State College at Buffalo and is co-editor of Gaming Law Review. Professor Kelly is a leading expert in the field of gaming and has been an invited speaker on gaming topics throughout the world. His extensive writings include publications on British, German, Native American, West Indian, and Internet gambling law. Professor Kelly’s law review articles have been cited on nine occasions as authority by federal district and appellate courts, as well as state appellate and supreme courts. He is licensed to practice law in Illinois, Nevada, and Wisconsin. His popular two-part series “Inside the UIGEA” is available as a free download at CardRunners. You may email Professor Kelly directly at email@example.com.
Gustavo Marques de Andrade
Gustavo Marques de Andrade is a Brazilian lawyer based in São Paulo, and an expert in the field of criminal law and gaming industry issues. He also provides legal advice as independent lawyer for Brazilian poker associations, entities and companies focused on the Brazilian market. He is a columnist for FLOP MAGAZINE, Legal Affairs Manager for the Brazilian Texas Hold´em Confederation and a contributor to Brazilian websites Poker Brasileiro and MaisEV forum. You may email Gustavo directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.’
Jordan M. Alpert
Jordan M. Alpert, editor of Poker Law Bulletin, is a U.S. lawyer based in New York with more than ten years of legal experience both at law firms and on the client side. He received his undergraduate degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and his juris doctor from the University of Virginia School of Law. He also is a poker enthusiast. You may email Jordan directly at email@example.com.
Siobhan is a freelance writer and poker enthusiast. She is currently based in France but has lived in the US and Ireland. She has close contacts with a number of professional poker players and understands their concerns relating to poker laws. Siobhan hopes to help poker enthusiants and non-enthusiasts to understand the game in order to promote players’ rights to play poker online.