NYU Sports Law Professor Cameron Myler was featured in the latest ABA Journal. Here’s the link.
What follows is a short feature on her from our site in 2017:
“Some athletes are lost when it comes to deciding what to do next when they retire from their sport. They’ve never given any thought to the afterlife. The next thing you know, he or she is a has-been—tomorrow’s next life insurance agent, or maybe stuck in a training program with a food franchise. The good times are gone. The reality of life has set in, and yesteryear’s lifestyle has come and gone.
“Such was obviously not the case for Cameron Myler.
“A four-time United States Olympian, competing in the sport of luge, she took her undergrad degree from Dartmouth and travel down the road to the Boston College Law School where she earned a J.D. in 2001.
“Initially, Cameron joined the NY law firm of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, practicing in the Intellectual Property/Litigation Group for two years. She then moved on to NYC’s Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz, an entertainment and media law firm.
“Today, Cameron is a clinical associate professor at the NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies (NYU-SCPS). Courses she teaches include ‘International Sports Governance, Amateur Sports Governance, Legal Issues in Sports, and Organizations in Sports to both graduate and undergraduate students.'”