Cabot, Kelly Named New Editors of Gaming Law Review

Posted on July 28, 1999

Anthony Cabot, a partner with the law firm of Lionel, Sawyer & Collins in Las Vegas, Nev., and Joseph Kelly, professor of Business Law at SUNY College at Buffalo, have been named co-editors-in-chief of Gaming Law Review, the Journal published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., effective with the September/October 1999 issue. They succeed Dawn LaRochelle, the founding editor of the publication who is stepping down to work with Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. on another project which will be announced in 2000.

Cabot has been a partner with Lionel, Sawyer & Collins since 1987 and the chairperson of its Gaming Practice Group since 1995. Besides his activities with the firm, he is Adjunct Faculty (1994-present), International Gaming Institute, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration. Cabot is also the author of several books in the gaming field including The Internet Gambling Report III, Federal Gaming Law, Casino Gaming: Public Policy, Economics And Regulation, Nevada Gaming Law, and a coeditor and contributing author of International Casino Law.

Joseph Kelly is a professor of Business Law at SUNY College at Buffalo and has taught Casino Operations at Cornell University School of Hospitality. Dr. Kelly was co-chair of the IBA Section of Sports and Gaming Law up until 1998.

Gaming Law Review is a journal devoted to the latest developments in legislative, regulatory and judicial decisions affecting gaming at both the state and federal levels in the U.S. and in more than 75 countries.