Hallett has served as the firm’s exclusive NCAA/collegiate sports specialist since March 2009. One hundred percent of her time is dedicated to assisting Lightfoot’s team of NCAA attorneys and their clients.
Hallett is an integral part of the Lightfoot team that handles NCAA infractions and eligibility matters. She has extensive, first-hand experience with the major infractions case process, as she plays a key role in preparing universities’ responses to allegations and has attended Committee on Infractions (COI) hearings on behalf of Auburn University, Louisiana State University, the University of Southern California, the University of Michigan, the University of North Carolina, the University of South Carolina, the University of Southern Mississippi, the University of Hawaii and the University of Mississippi. Hallett has also worked extensively on high profile eligibility matters that the firm has handled, including the Cam Newton, Johnny Manziel and Todd Gurley investigations. Most recently, she has been before the Independent Accountability Resolution Process (IARP) on behalf of the University of Memphis, the University of Arizona and Louisiana State University.