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Marc Edelman is an Associate Professor of Law at the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, City University of New York. He specializes in sports law, antitrust, intellectual property, and gaming law.
Professor Edelman is cited by the media on a wide range of sports law topics, including how the Sherman Act applies to professional sports leagues, how gaming laws apply to fantasy sports contests, and the legal issues pertaining to NCAA amateurism. His publications on sports law have been cited by three Supreme Court briefs, numerous textbooks, and more than 100 law review articles.
A magna cum laude graduate of the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and a cum laude graduate of Michigan Law School, Professor Edelman began his professional career by practicing antitrust and sports law with the law firms Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom LLP and Dewey Ballantine LLP. He has also taught on the full-time faculty at the Barry University School of Law and at Rutgers School of Law-Camden.
During the summers, Professor Edelman teaches a course on Professional Sports and the Law at Fordham University School of Law. He also writes a column on sports law for Forbes SportsMoney, and provides legal consulting to clients in the areas of antitrust law, intellectual property, sports law and gaming law.
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|Professor||Baruch College Zicklin School of Business||2013 - Present|
|Adjunct Professor||Fordham Law School||2010 - Present|
|Professor||Barry University School Of Law||2009 - 2013|
|Professor||Rutgers School of Law-Camden||2008 - 2009|
|Associate||Dewey Ballantine LLP||2006 - 2008|
|Associate||Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom, N.Y.||2003 - 2006|
|Western Reserve Law Review||A Short Treatise on Amateurism and Antitrust Law||2013|
|Florida Law Review||The Case for Protecting College Athletes' Publicity Rights in Commercial Video Games||2013|
|Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law||How American Should Transform Its Sports Agency Laws To Conform With True Agency Principles||2013|
|Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law||A Short Treatise on Fantasy Sports and the Law||2012|
|Stanford Journal of Law, Business and Finance||Will the NFL's Trademark Licensing Practices Survive Antitrust Scrutiny||2011|
|Catholic University Law Review||Are Commissioner Suspensions Any Different from Illegal Group Boycotts||2009|
|Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business||Antitrust and 'Free Movement' Risks to Expanding Professional Sports Leagues into Europe||2009|
|Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal||Why the Single Entity Defense Can Never Apply to NFL Clubs||2008|
|University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform||Reevaluating Amateurism Standards in Men's College Basketball||2002|
|University of Michigan Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2003|
|University of Michigan||Sports Management||MA - Masters||2003|
|University of Pennsylvania||Economics||BS - Bachelor of Science||1999|
|Federalist Society||The NCAA's 'Death Penalty' Sanction -- Reasomable Self-Governenace or an Illegal Group Boycott in Disguise||2014|
|Speaker Series: Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity||Pay to Play: Legal and Ethical Issues Surrounding College Sports and the NCAA||2013|
|Rutgers University School of Law-Camden 3rd Annusal Sports & Entertainment Law Symposium||NCAA Amateurism and the Business of College Sports||2013|
|New York State Bar Association, Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section||Congressional Regulation of the World of Sports||2013|
|Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal Symposium||Concussion Condundrum: Legal and Medical Background of Concussions||2013|
|Harvard Law School Sports Law Symposium||The Stadium Experience||2013|
|Arizona State University Fourth Annual Conference on Sports and Entertainment Law||Steroids and Drug Testing||2013|
|New York State Bar Association, Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section||The Globalization of American Sports||2012|
|New York County Bar Association||‘Lin’tellectual Property: IP Issues in Representing Professional Athletes||2012|
|New Jersey State Bar Association, Casino Law Section||Legal Issues in Online Gaming and Fantasy||2012|
|Harvard Sports Law Symposium||The Changing Face of Intercollegiate Athletics||2011|