Dana Drew Shaw

Certified Team Clock Consultant

In addition to her role as a Certified Team Clock Consultant, Dana focuses her law practice in the sports and entertainment practice group of Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP. Bringing a positive perspective and energetic ideas, Dana helps businesses manage and expand their operations. Through creative problem solving and innovative strategies, she serves as a catalyst for clients to successfully move forward with their businesses and/or personal careers.

As a licensed attorney, sports strategist, and consultant, Dana has worked with athletes, coaches, and administrators while also assisting sports-based organizations with strategic coaching for vision and planning.  Having lived and worked in Europe for over 11 years, she has acquired extensive international experience in the sports world.  In addition to working as an advisor for a multinational company, Dana drafted FIBA contracts for high level professional basketball players and worked as a mediator between players, agents, and team personnel.  She has taught International Sports Law and Sports Ethics at the University of Urbino (Italy) School of Law and Valparaiso University, respectively, and serves as an instructor for Northwestern University in the Master’s in Sports Administration Graduate Program teaching Globalization of Sport, Management and Organization of Sports, and Practicum in Sports Administration.  While in law school, Dana was a published member of the University of Toledo Law Review.

Dana was a student-athlete on the women’s basketball team at The University of Toledo.  She was a two-time MAC Player of the Year and is only one of two women’s players to have her jersey retired.  During her career, she helped lead UT to four postseason appearances (three NCAA, one WNIT) and three MAC regular-season and tournament championships.

Dana is also a Certified Mediator.