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College Sports, Division I

Justin P. Sievert Discusses Deregulation from a Student-Athlete Perspective on Access Athletes

Justin P. Sievert, of-counsel to the Michael L. Buckner Law Firm, published an article featured on Access Athletes on July 31, 2013, discussing deregulation from a student-athlete perspective. In January, at the 2013 NCAA Convention, Division I of the NCAA adopted 25 of 26 proposals aimed at establishing a streamlined rulebook with a focus on more meaningful, enforceable, and student-athlete welfare-oriented legislation. While much of the talk surrounding deregulation has focused upon the impact from the perspective of an institution’s administrators and coaches, little discussion has occurred on the impact deregulation will have on both prospective and current student-athletes.

The full article discussing deregulation’s impact on student-athletes, can be found here.


About Justin P. Sievert, Esquire

Bar Admissions (North Carolina, Florida and Tennessee) Practice Area (College Sports Law)


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