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May 26, 2014 8:46 PM

As cases mount, attorneys rush into the field of college sports law

Sports law is soaring, and no aspect of the practice faces better prospects for a spike in billable hours than collegiate athletics. “A lot of lawyers are running in the direction of amateur athletics because it won’t be amateur for long,” says Marc Edelman, a professor at New York’s Baruch College.

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