Tackling Name, Image, and Likeliness in College Sports

California’s passing of the Fair Pay to Play Act in late 2019 reignited the longstanding, nationwide debate over collegiate athlete compensation.

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California’s passing of the Fair Pay to Play Act in late 2019 reignited the longstanding, nationwide debate over collegiate athlete compensation. Given the complexity of the issue, the vast number of stakeholders, material financial implications and multitude of potential resolutions, it is no surprise that this debate has captured the attention of the sports world and beyond. California’s groundbreaking legislation has also placed the spotlight firmly on the NCAA which is actively revisiting its related rules and policies. Hear from a varied group of stakeholders in the college space as they discuss and debate some of the most pressing issues surrounding this topic, including the potential ramifications for players, schools and athletic programs, the attractiveness of name, image and likeness opportunities, as well as ethical and regulatory challenges.

Pat Summitt Room
March 6, 2020
11:00 am
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12:00 pm
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