no-agent rule, university athletic departments, university athletes, collegiate tennis players
From the courts of law to the courts of policy, collegiate tennis is hamstrung by the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s (NCAA) no-agent rule. The casual college or professional tennis fan may not be aware of the problem as the visible effects of the rule tend to make it seem like it is more of an individual player’s problem rather than a major concern for NCAA member schools. After all, it is the individual tennis player who loses a collegiate athletic opportunity if they violate the no-agent rule.
Christopher M. Hartley,
Double Fault: How the NCAA's No-Agent Rule Serves Legal and Policy Errors into the Courts of Tennis,
72 Ark. L. Rev.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uark.edu/alr/vol72/iss3/1