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Andy Schwarz

Partner (OSKR), Chief Innovation Officer (PCL)

About

Andy is an antitrust economist who focuses on sports litigation, including work the NFL and for several suits against the NCAA. He has testified in Congress and several state legislatures, and has served as an economic expert in a wide variety of state and federal litigation. He sponsored California SB206, which restored college athletes’ NIL rights in California. In 2015, Andy co-founded the PCL, the first professional college basketball league.

Andy has been featured on ESPN, in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Sports Illustrated, Bloomberg News, Sports on Earth, and USA Today. He frequently writes on the intersection of sports, economics, and athlete rights. He was featured in Indentured: The Inside Story of the Rebellion Against the NCAA by Joe Nocera and Ben Strauss. He has appeared in debates sponsored by IQ2 and the Aspen Institute and a several major universities.

Andy holds an MBA from UCLA, an AB in history from Stanford, and an MA in history from Johns Hopkins.

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