NEW YORK, NY – September 19, 2013 – The Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity at Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business will host a discussion on the legal and ethical issues surrounding the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Principle of Amateurism. Marc Edelman, Associate Professor of Law, who will be leading the discussion, specializes in sports law, antitrust, intellectual property, and gaming law and has written extensively on the need for legal reform to the NCAA.
In recent years, some members of The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), which oversees the $11 billion college sports industry, have become increasingly wealthy, but NCAA’s rules deprive membership from sharing their wealth with student athletes. This presentation will discuss the legitimacy of the NCAA “no pay” rules (from both a legal and ethical perspective), and the future of both the NCAA and its Principle of Amateurism.
WHAT: “Pay to Play: Legal and Ethical Issues Surrounding College Sports and the NCAA”
WHEN: 12:45 p.m. – 2:15 p.m., Tuesday, October 1, 2013
WHERE: Baruch College, Newman Conference Center, 151 E.25th Street (between Lexington and Third), Room 750
Complimentary pre-registration is required to attend this program. Complete the online registration form. For information, call Matthew Lepere at 646-312-3231 or e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org
About Baruch College:
Baruch College is a senior college in the City University of New York (CUNY) with a total enrollment of more than 17,000 students, who represent 160 countries and speak more than 100 languages. Ranked among the top 15% of U.S. colleges and the No. 4 public regional university, Baruch College is regularly recognized as among the most ethnically diverse colleges in the country. As a public institution with a tradition of academic excellence, Baruch College offers accessibility and opportunity for students from every corner of New York City and from around the world. For more about Baruch College, go to http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/.