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CCHA Sports Law Receives National News Attention

Julie Roe Lach talks NIL and Title IX with Forbes Sports Forbes Sports Reporter, Kristi Dosh, discussed potential Title IX and Name, Image and Likeness issues with Julie Roe Lach.  Lach advises that the two may not be as exclusive as many are suggesting, providing...

2019 Quarter 4 Case Summaries

December 18, 2019: University of Houston Summary Disposition Key Takeaways If head coach is personally involved in violation, it is an uphill battle to rebut presumption of responsibility in head coach control legislation. Head coaches should ensure they set the...

Understanding NCAA Transfer Rules for Student-Athletes

Understanding NCAA Transfer Rules for Student-Athletes

  In 2018, the NCAA Committee for Legislative Relief amended the NCAA’s standards for granting student-athletes waiver exemptions from the NCAA Bylaw 14.5.1 year of academic residence requirement for Division I student-athletes. The general principle under Bylaw...

Preparing Your Head Coach for Head Coach Responsibility

Head coaches are presumed responsible for the actions of individuals under their umbrella. This is no longer a new or foreign concept. For coaches, it can be challenging to assess and manage NCAA compliance risk areas while trying to build a winning program. As a...

Rice Commission: Can NCAA’s Quick Legislative Changes Restore Trust?

What's Happening? When the Commission on College Basketball (“Rice Commission”) issued its recommendations on April 24, 2018, one of the unanswered questions was how the process by which these recommendations would be implemented.  Typically, the concept for...

Rice Commission: Quick Hits

What's Happening? President Mark Emmert responded to the FBI’s college basketball probe by creating a commission on college basketball to recommend changes on issues surrounding men’s basketball specifically.  The recommendations were processed this morning by...