NCAA Law

If you’ve been keeping up with the latest sports law news, you’ve probably heard Texas A&M Defensive Coordinator John Chavis will face a jury of his peers regarding his alleged breach of contract with Louisiana State University. The Advocate reported Baton Rouge District Judge [...]

NCAA Law

The NCAA’s Attempt to Defend Amateurism In 2015, a court ruled that the National Collegiate Athletic Association is violating the Sherman Antitrust Act by failing to provide student-athletes with compensation when it uses their images to sell products, and the organization is making an [...]

NCAA Law

When should you begin meeting with sports agents? The college football regular season is entering its final stages, and with the end of the season so close, some players may be thinking about the next NFL draft. When is it OK to declare for the draft? Once the CFB season ends, players can begin [...]

NCAA Law

Dealing with the NCAA transfer rules For student-athletes, changing schools in accordance to NCAA transfer rules is no simple task. Some might describe these NCAA transfer rules as Byzantine in their complexity. It is not as simple as applying for a new school, completing the transfer and [...]

NCAA Law

With the nation’s first collegiate national football championship and the Super Bowl over, many former college players have signed deals with agents and are looking ahead to the draft, but for some, there’s another important day coming up: Pro day. Pro days are a unique opportunity [...]

NCAA Law

The National Collegiate Athletic Association, or NCAA, has been the subject of criticism recently, regarding its stance toward compensation for the athletes. The organization imposes several rules on the athletes that effectively bar them from receiving compensation of any kind, other than [...]