Collective Bargaining for College Sports? – NCAA v. Alston Opens the Door to Labor Relations Issues

Monday, July 26, 2021 {ml-event-to} Tuesday, August 10, 2021

The US Supreme Court ruled in June 2021 that the NCAA’s current rules restricting education-related benefits violated antitrust laws. Last week, the NCAA announced it would suspend long-held amateurism rules prohibiting college athletes from being paid for the use of their names, images, and likenesses. These developments will inevitably lead to labor law issues about compensation, unionization, and even collective bargaining for student athletes. 

Join us for a series of virtual programs designed to get universities and colleges with substantial sports programs proactively thinking about—and dealing with—the likely labor law issues. 


NCAA v. Alston: Potential Impact on the Unionization of College Sports 
July 26, 2021

What Future Student-Athlete Organizing and Bargaining Could Look Like
July 29, 2021


Best Practices: How to Think Proactively About Labor Issues Facing Your Sports Program 
August 10, 2021 | 9:30-11:00 AM PT


Please contact  Amanda Lavery.

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