College Athletics and Employment Law: A Conversation About Intercollegiate Sports and the Aftermath of NCAA v. Alston

Hosted By: The New York University Journal of Legislation and Public Policy

Sponsored By: NYU Center for Labor & Employment Law, and NYU Sports Law Association

Date: April 1, 2022 – 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm

Location: Online (Register Here)

Welcoming Remarks by Prof. Samuel Estreicher (NYU School of Law)

Opening Remarks: NYU Journal of Legislation & Public Policy

Panel 1: Gender in Collegiate Sports

A discussion that will include what the NCAA is and could be doing to minimize gender differences in compensation of college athletes, gender differences for name likeness and image (NIL) deals and appearances, and an assessment of Title IX and if and how it may be improved.

Moderated by Cameron Myler (NYU Tisch Institute for Global Sports).


·    Richard Evrard (Bond, Schoeneck & King)

·    Cary Joshi (Bailey Glasser)

·    Jeanifer E. Parsigian (Winston Strawn)

·    Dr. Ellen J. Staurowsky (National College Players Association & Ithaca College)

Panel 2: Should Federal Action be Taken to Regulate Collegiate Athletics?

A discussion of whether there should be federal legislation or re-characterization of elite college athletes, collective action of players, the NCAA’s new constitution, and more.

Moderated by Prof. Jodi Balsam (Professor of Clinical Law, Director of Externship Programs, Brooklyn Law School).


·    Alanna Hernandez (Wasserman)

·    Jeffrey Mishkin (Skadden)

·    Prof. Josephine (Jo) R. Potuto (NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions & University of Nebraska College of Law)

·    Iciss Tillis (Hall Estill)