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Navigating the Changing NCAA and Legal Landscape of Collegiate Athletics

Alston; NCAA Enforcement; Name, Image and Likeness; and Revenue Generation

August 6, 2021
1:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. CT

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Due to new federal guidance and the increased COVID-19 transmission rates in the Austin area, we are shifting this program to a virtual platform. Those already registered for the program will remain registered and receive the link to attend. If you are not already registered, please register via the button above.

The first U.S. Supreme Court decision related to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) rules in over 30 years in Alston v. NCAA was issued on June 21, 2021. Additionally, several state laws enabling college athletes to profit off of their name, image and likeness took effect on July 1st, in conjunction with the NCAA adopting an interim policy deregulating rules in this area. These changes require colleges and universities to rethink their relationships with college athletes and the NCAA.

During this virtual seminar, Husch Blackwell attorneys will discuss key takeaways from these changes that have been decades in the making, how they interplay with the NCAA enforcement model, and how institutions can consider new partnerships and approaches to generating revenue to address their facility needs.

Andrea Austin, Partner
Jason J. Montgomery, Partner
Scott Schneider, Partner

Who Should Attend
General counsel, athletic directors and senior athletics compliance officers.

Continuing Education Credit
This program is pending approval for Texas continuing legal education credit.