Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Publishes Special Issue on Name, Image, and Likeness
Over the last year, name, image, and likeness (NIL) legislation has experienced varying levels of adoption at the state level, while rapidly attracting attention on the national stage as well.
In recognition of that trend, the Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment published today a Special Issue, featuring intriguing perspectives from former and current college athletes, law and business professors, professional sports agents, law students, and sports attorneys, and explores the hottest issues surrounding NIL.
The issue is available at https://harvardjsel.com/special-issue/
While many were involved in the creation of the issue, Harvard Law School students Madison Martin (Editor-in-Chief) and Eli Nachmany (Managing Editor) deserve special mention. It was Nachmany’s idea to create a special issue focusing on NIL>