Professor Marc Edelman is a nationally recognized expert in sports law, antitrust law, intellectual property, and gaming / fantasy sports law. He is also one of the most downloaded law professors on the Social Science Research Network. In addition to his full-time role as a law professor, Professor Edelman serves as the Faculty Athletics Representative for Baruch College, and as the founder of Edelman Law, where he provides legal consulting and expert witness services to businesses in the commercial sports, entertainment and online gaming industries. Professor Edelman has been interviewed on sports law issues by CNN and CNBC, as well as by the Financial Times, New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post.
From Student-Athletes to Employee-Athletes: Why a ‘Pay for Play’ Model of College Sports Would Not Necessarily Make Educational Scholarships Taxable, 58 Boston College L. Rev. __ (2017) (publication forthcoming) (journal ranked No. 26 overall, W&L Rankings)
The Future of College Athletes Players Unions: Lessons Learned from Northwestern University and Potential Next Steps in the College Athletes Rights Movement, 38 Cardozo L. Rev. 1627 (2017) (publication forthcoming) (journal ranked No. 27 overall, W&L Rankings)
Regulating Fantasy Sports, 92 Ind. L. J. 653 (2017) (journal ranked No. 24 overall, W&L Rankings)
From Meerkat to Periscope: Does Intellectual Property Law Prohibit the Live Steaming of Commercial Sporting Events, 39 Columbia Journal of Law & The Arts 469 (2016).
Navigating the Legal Risks of Daily Fantasy Sports: A Detailed Primer in Federal and State Gambling Law, 2016 University of Illinois Law Review 117 (2016) (journal ranked No. 28 overall, W&L Rankings)
In Defense of Sports Antitrust Law: A Response to Law Review Articles Calling for the Administrative Regulation of Commercial Sports 72 Washington & Lee Law Review Online 210 (2015).
The District Court Decision in O’Bannon v. National Collegiate Athletic Association: A Small Step Forward for College Athlete Rights, and a Gateway for Far Grander Change, 71 Washington & Lee Law Review 2319 (2014) (journal ranked No. 41 overall, W&L Rankings).
The NCAA’s ‘Death Penalty’ Sanction: Reasonable Self-Governance or an Illegal Group Boycott in Disguise? 18 Lewis & Clark Law Review 385 (2014) (journal ranked No. 43 overall, W&L Rankings).
The Future of Amateurism after Antitrust Scrutiny: Why a Win for the Plaintiffs in the NCAA Student-Athlete Name & Likeness Licensing Litigation Will Not Lead to the Demise of College Sports, 92 Oregon Law Review 1019 (2014) (symposium edition).
A Short Treatise on Amateurism and Antitrust Law: Why the NCAA’s ‘No Pay’ Rules Violate Section One of the Sherman Act, 64 Case Western Reserve Law Review 61 (2013).
Professor of the Year, Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law, 2012-13.
Ranked No. 6 on list of Most Downloaded Antitrust Law Professors on the Social Science Research Network, 2010.
Ranked No. 10 on list of Most Downloaded Antitrust Law Professors on the Social Science Research Network, 2009.