Gaming Law Conference-Regulating Land-Based Casinos


Sep. 3, 2014,
8am to 5pm

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Campus Location


High-tech possibilities for online gaming grab headlines, but land-based casinos remain a vibrant, growing sector of the gaming industry. As the number of jurisdictions that legalize gambling grows, it is important to examine successful models and practices for developing and regulating land-based casinos. 


The Debate Over Legal Gambling, Gambling Policy and Goals, Policy Implementation, Structuring a Casino Industry, Economic Impacts of Regulation, Regulatory Agency Organization, Politics of Gaming Regulation, Addressing Problem Gambling, Controlling Electronic/Computer Games and Equipment, Auditing and Accounting, Taxes, Advantage Play, Crimes and Enforcement, Licensing of Industry Participants, Exclusions 

Who Should Attend:

  • Lawyers
  • Policy-makers
  • Regulators
  • Academics
  • Gaming operators
  • Gaming Equipment suppliers
  • Others interested in how the industry will develop nationally and internationally


Admission Information

  • Early Bird Registration : $850.00 (must be received by August 6)
  • Regular Registration: $900.00


Contact Information

Event Sponsor

The William S. Boyd School of Law