Poll: Should Student-Athletes Receive Compensation for Use of Their Likenesses?

As a follow-up to yesterday’s article about O’Bannon v. NCAA and student-athletes’ right of publicity, I wanted to get the thoughts of Connecticut Sports Law readers as to whether student-athletes should be paid for the commercial use of their likenesses, and if so, when? 

Please take a few seconds and cast your vote.

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  2. This is SUCH a difficult debate, with so many angles that need to be considered to speak on this with any degree of accuracy. I think the Title IX ruling would come into play as well, which is something many people that speak on this don’t even know about.

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