Clement, Ph.D., J.D
Professor and Attorney, Sport Administration Program, University of New Mexico
Annie Clement, at the University of New Mexico as of fall 2008, is best known
for her texts: Law in Sport and Physical Activity, Legal Responsibility in
Aquatics, and Teaching Physical Activity. Twenty five book chapters, seventy
five articles, and over one hundred-and-fifty presentations are among her
achievements. While her research and writing cover many areas, among her
in-depth studies are the topics of intellectual property, disaster and risk
management, futures, aquatics, and gender equity.
Dr. Clement holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota, Duluth, and a master’s degree from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Her doctorate is from the University of Iowa and her juris doctorate is from Cleveland State University. She has studied at Cambridge University and the University of Oslo. Annie Clement has held teaching or management positions at the University of Iowa, Ohio State University, Florida State University, Bowling Green State University (Ohio) and Cleveland State University.
In addition to her role as the distinguished speaker at fifteen different universities, Dr. Clement has been awarded numerous honors, including Fellow, American Bar Foundation; Nonprofit Lawyers Award (ABA, Section of Business); President, National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE); President, Ohio Teacher Educators; American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Honor Award; Aquatic Council Merit Award and the NASPE Joy of Effort Award. She also received the Sport, Recreation, Law Association Leadership Award; the Ohio AAHPERD Honor Award; Tsunami Spirit Award from the Aquatic Therapy and Rehab Institute; the Susan B. Anthony Award from the Ohio National Organization for Women; and Honor Award from the National Cooperation in Aquatics.