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LOVE FOR
THE CITY
"We are doing great things in Sports Law
down here at Temple Law School" ...
KENNETH A. JACOBSEN, Esq., is a Practice Professor of
Law at the Temple University Beasley School of Law where he
teaches various courses in trial advocacy and civil procedure,
sports and entertainment law, interviewing, counseling and
negotiation techniques, complex civil litigation and other
subjects. In 2015 and 2016, he was a Visiting Professor and
Lecturer at the College of Law at Taiwan University, where
he taught classes on International Sports Law. About Ken
Jacobsen..."An endless pursuit of excellence, he understands the
'wow' factor" ... Law School Dean Gregory Mandel

Temple University Beasley School
of Law Sports Program ...
2018 Celebratory Dinner
& Awards Ceremony
"What the Eagles' Super Bowl Victory
Means to Philadelphia"

Professor of Law at the Temple University Beasley School of
Law; and Raymond Dombrowski, Law School Class of 1979.
The "Love for the City" award is presented annually to
individuals or an organization whose contributions transcend
sports. Emulating the values of the City of Brotherly Love by
using sports to make a positive impact on society, the Love
for the City award recipients possess strength in the face of
adversity, courage in the face of uncertainty, and the willingness
to stand up for their beliefs no matter what the cost. The
recipients let their actions speak as loud as their words.

LET ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER
THAN WORDS
The Philadelphia Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins is one of the best
safeties in the NFL on the football field, and one of the game's
most important players off of it. In 2009, he was the 14th pick
in the NFL draft by the New Orleans Saints, and as a rookie,
he became one of only seven current Eagles to play in a Super
Bowl. Jenkins joined the Eagles as a free agent in 2013, was
selected for the Pro Bowl in 2015 and again, in the 2017 season
... the guy can flat out ball!
Even with all that, Jenkins may make his biggest impact
for the NFL off the field...The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation
is committed to youth development initiatives and programs
that emphasize mentorship, character development, leadership,
education, life skills, health and recreation. Jenkins has also
helped found the "Let's Listen Together" initiative in Upper
Darby, Pennsylvania, where he talks with Superintendent
of Police Michael Chitwood to discuss social justice issues
affecting police and community relations.

April. The Celebratory Dinner and Awards Ceremony at
Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse, Philadelphia.
Featuring remarks by former Pennsylvania Governor and
current Comcast SportsNet analyst, Ed Rendell; Gregory
Mandel, Dean, Temple University Beasley School of Law; and,
the presentation of the "Love for the City" Award, by Raymond
Dombrowski, Law School Class of 1979, to Philadelphia Eagle
Malcolm Jenkins.
Pictured (Left to Right): Ed Rendell, former PA Governor,
current Comcast SportsNet analyst; Gregory Mandel, Dean,
Temple University Beasley School of Law; Malcom Jenkins,
Philadelphia Eagles; Kenneth A. Jacobsen, Esq., Practice

Jenkins is one of the NFL players who have protested during
the national anthem this past year, not by kneeling but by raising
a fist during its playing to bring attention to racial inequality ...
And then on that note, he did more. Jenkins founded the NFL
Players Coalition, recruiting about 40 players from around the
league. Together, they joined the commissioner and NFL owners
in a partnership that calls for the league to contribute $89 million
over seven years to projects dealing with criminal justice reform,
law enforcement/community relations and education. With the
announcement of that commitment, Jenkins stopped his national
anthem protests. "This is where we need to point our attention
now; not to guys demonstrating, but to the issues and work to be
done in cities across the country." *
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