Bob Ruxin is President of Kazmaier Associates, Inc., a sports advisory services firm that a has invested in, managed and consulted for sports marketing and sports product manufacturing and marketing businesses since 1975. Ruxin joined Kazmaier Associates, Inc. after practicing law in Washington, D.C. for six years.
Ruxin is the author of An Athletes Guide to Agents, (5th edition, 2010). The book has been translated into a Korean edition and adapted in a French version. He is a director of the Sports Lawyers Association and Jewish Major Leaguers, Inc., a non-profit organization with a mission to document American Jews in America’s game. He serves as president of the Princeton Association of New England.
Ruxin assisted the Israel Baseball League in various business capacities during the preparation for the 2007 inaugural season and served as project manager of two events held at the Baseball Hall of Fame, A Celebration of Jews in Baseball (2004) and Hank Greenberg Day (2008). Ruxin served as Venue Legal Counsel for Foxboro Stadium during World Cup '94.
Lectures, Panels and Workshops, including Harvard Law School Sports Symposium (2016), UNLV Law School (2014), Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center (2012, 2013), University of Florida Law School (2010), University of Miami Law School (2009), Marquette University Law School (2008), Baseball Hall of Fame (2008), Villanova Law School (2000), University of Connecticut (1999), Yale Law School (1994), Boston Red Sox Minor League Training Camp (1994), Womens Sports Foundation (1993,1991), PGA Rookie School (1993), Australia-New Zealand Sports Law Society (1992).
JD, Harvard Law School, 1979.
AB, Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public Policy, 1976.