NIL Domino Effect Makes its Way to High School Sports

High School Athlete Compensation State high school athletic associations have long followed the NCAA’s lead in prohibiting compensation for athletes to preserve an “amateur” status.[1] With college athletes earning compensation for their likeness, the traditional concept of “amateurism” is now slowly eroding. As the conventional idea of amateurism erodes, it unearths the reality that many... Continue Reading →

Risk v. Reward: Compensation for International College Athletes in an Undefined Market

This article is Part III of a four-part series discussing compensation for college athletes using their Name, Image, and Likeness (“NIL”). Part I – NIL: Not [necessarily] Incorporated in Legislation. What Student-Athletes Should Know.[1] Part II – Proactive v. Reactive: Challenging Athletic Departments to Recognize the Realities that the Name, Image, and Likeness Market Introduce.[2]... Continue Reading →

Proactive v. Reactive: Challenging Athletic Departments to Recognize the Realities that the Name, Image, and Likeness Market Introduce.

This article is Part (II) of a four-part series that will provide recommendations for various parties impacted by the Name, Image, and Likeness market. Part (I) - NIL: Not [necessarily] incorporated in Legislation. What Student-Athletes Should Know. Part (III) - Suggestions for Prospective Student-Athletes on Balancing NIL Opportunities while Being Recruited Part (IV) - Evaluating... Continue Reading →

NIL: Not [necessarily] Incorporated in Legislation. What Student-Athletes Should Know.

This four-part series will provide recommendations for the participants in the Name, Image, and Likeness Market. Please be on the look out for: Part (II) - Best Practice Suggestions for Athletic Departments Navigating the NIL Market; Part (III) - Suggestions for Prospective Student-Athletes on Balancing NIL Opportunities while Being RecruitedPart (IV) - Evaluating How NIL... Continue Reading →

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