Athletics Law FAQs

What is athletics law?

Athletics law covers the legal principles and regulations that govern the sports industry. As sports have become increasingly commercialized, legal practitioners in this field must address a wide array of issues to effectively support their clients. This requires a broad-based practice that caters to diverse needs within the industry. At Lewis Rice, our breadth of experience across various practice areas allows us to offer the counsel necessary to propel your institution or organization forward in this competitive landscape.

What are some of the things that make sports law so complex?

The athletics industry has changed dramatically over the past few years, making it challenging to navigate. With constant shifts in legislation, regulations, rules, and policies, staying abreast of these changes is crucial for consistently applying best practices. Our Athletics Law Practice Group advisors excel in tracking these dynamic developments, ensuring your institution or organization stays ahead in this fiercely competitive and crowded marketplace.

What makes Lewis Rice the best choice for athletics law representation?

Attorneys in Lewis Rice’s Athletics Law Practice Group draw on real-world experiences to meet the needs of our clients. We use our unique understanding of the day-to-day operations of athletic organizations to enable you to create a highly successful, sustainable, and efficient operation while also mitigating risk. We are committed to building long-lasting relationships that are based on trust, dedication, maximum effort, and positive results.

Where can I learn more about Lewis Rice's Athletics Law Practice Group?

You can learn more about our Athletics Law Practice Group and the attorneys who represent these clients by visiting the Athletics page on the Lewis Rice Education Law site.