While at North Carolina Central University, a historically Black University, Mr. Berry served as Class Vice President and Class President. He was a founding member of the law schoolâ€™s Entertainment & Sports Law Association and served on the schoolâ€™s Coalition for Battered Women. He was selected by the Universityâ€™s Chancellor, the Honorable Julius Chambers to serve on the Select Search Committee for the Law Schoolâ€™s Dean.
Early in his career, Mr. Berry had the opportunity to work in private practice under the tutelage of former Florida Secretary of State Jessie J. McCrary, who was the first African American to hold to the post for the State of Florida. During that time Mr. Berry became a Jim K. Batten Fellow and was on the Board of Directors for the Miami Black Archives. Mr. Berry continued his private law practice which included commercial litigation, real property litigation, labor and employment, contract, copyright and sports and entertainment law.
Mr. Berry has also published articles and text in the area of Federal labor and employment, Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as EEOC law. Mr. Berry also regularly lectures at CLE classes on areas of sports, entertainment and television.
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