June 21, 2022 – New York, NY – Justin M. Jacobson recently spoke on two panels as part of the “Sports Business Career Camp 2022” hosted by the Sports Business Institute at Fordham University. Justin participated on a panel titled “Sports Law and Agency” that explored the growth of Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) rights among college athletes and the various income streams available for these students as well as new ability to retain agents, lawyers, and other independent advisors on their behalf. He later spoke on the “Esports” panel which focused on the growth of college esports as well as looked at the various career paths and opportunities in the esports and video game business and legal spaces. The annual sports business career camp featured high school students and many prominent guest speakers including a former professional New York Ranger, Tom Laidlaw as well as representatives from both professional and collegiate teams and organizations.
The Sports Business Institute (SBI), a Fastlane Co., is an organization of distinguished leaders with a long track record of success working with students and aspiring career professionals to pursue a career in sports. SBI has produced education and professional development programs in partnership with industry leaders including the New York Yankees, NFL, NBA, PGA, MLS, the National Baseball Museum Hall of Fame as well as the College Football Hall of Fame.