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The NCAA’s Struggle to Adapt: Collegiate Sports as a Multibillion Dollar Business

Zachary Finkelman – In recent years, the world of college sports has undergone a seismic shift. The traditional model of the “student-athlete” is being challenged, as the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) grapples with the ever-evolving landscape of collegiate compensation. The fundamental rule seems simple enough: student-athletes can’t accept money for playing their sports. However, […]

U.S. Visa Law Counteracts NIL Developments

Jacob Leon – In 2021, after years of pressure, the NCAA changed its rules to allow student-athletes to be compensated for their talents. The rule change allows athletes to be compensated for their name, image, and likeness (NIL). However, not all student-athletes have been able to benefit from the rule change. International student-athletes, in particular, […]

The King of Compensation: How this University of Miami Quarterback is Monetizing his Brand, Image, and Likeness Post NCAA v. Alston

Lizzy Castano – Earlier this year, University of Miami quarterback D’Eriq King became the first collegiate athlete to sign a name, image, and likeness (NIL) agreement with a professional sports team after making a deal with the Florida Panthers. King is one of many collegiate athletes monetizing their personal brand since the Supreme Court unanimously held that the […]