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  • 1985
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  • Springfield College
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  • This is a portrait of Springfield College alumnus Paul Robert Sheehy (class of 1985). Sheehy grew up in Branford, Connecticut, where he attended Derby High School. At Springfield College, he majored in political science and played football. During his senior year, he was presented with the athletic department's Most Courageous Award. In 1989, Sheehy graduated with his MBA from the University of New Haven. In 1990, he earned his JD from Whittie... more
    This is a portrait of Springfield College alumnus Paul Robert Sheehy (class of 1985). Sheehy grew up in Branford, Connecticut, where he attended Derby High School. At Springfield College, he majored in political science and played football. During his senior year, he was presented with the athletic department's Most Courageous Award. In 1989, Sheehy graduated with his MBA from the University of New Haven. In 1990, he earned his JD from Whittier College School of Law. Sheehy is also the founder of and president of ProStar. Paul is an attorney admitted in both Colorado and California and several federal jurisdictions. He is certified by the NFL Players Association and taught sports law at the University of Denver's Daniels College of Business for nearly a decade. less
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