Assistant Professor, Florida State University
Ryan M. Rodenberg is an assistant professor of forensic sports law analytics at Florida State University. Prior to academia, he worked as an associate attorney at Keller Rohrback LLP, associate general counsel at Octagon, and legal intern at Nike and ATP Tour. His recent scholarship has been published in the Harvard Business Law Review, Stanford Law & Policy Review, Journal of Prediction Markets, Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports, Harvard Journal of Sports & Entertainment Law, Journal of Labor Research, Journal of Sports Economics, Columbia Journal of European Law, Oxford Handbook on the Economics of Gambling, and International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport. Ryan’s quasi-academic writing has been published in The Atlantic, Sports Illustrated, USA Today, Pacific Standard, Vice Sports, Analytics Magazine, Pando, The Cauldron, and The Awl. In 2014, he co-wrote and filed a US Supreme Court amicus brief in the on-going New Jersey sports wagering litigation. This year, he is editing a special issue of the Journal of Sports Analytics devoted to legal issues.
Ryan earned a JD from University of Washington-Seattle and PhD from Indiana University-Bloomington. He played varsity tennis at Creighton University and double majored in economics and finance. He is a Pacific Northwest native.