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Alicia Jessop is an Assistant Professor at Pepperdine University, where she teaches Sport Law and Sport Marketing. Alicia joined the Sport Administration program faculty at Pepperdine University after spending four-years as a member of the faculty of the University of Miami. An attorney licensed to practice in California and Colorado, Alicia’s research focuses primarily on the application of law to matters of athlete and sport consumer welfare. In this regard, Alicia has consulted with the National Basketball Players Association to build a holistic program for NBA players transitioning out of the league. Alicia currently consults with the Alliance of American Football to build a first-of-its-kind player career and education model.

Since 2011, Alicia has been a sport business writer after launching the widely read sport business website, RulingSports.com. Launching RulingSports.com gave Alicia a platform to serve as a highly sought after expert in the media on the issues of sport law and sport business. Alicia’s opinions are frequently included in national print, radio and television broadcasts and she has consulted on several major sport-related news stories.

Alicia currently serves  as a sport business contributing writer to The Huffington Post and The Washington Post, after previously writing for Forbes, CNBC and SI.com. Through her media career, Alicia has been credentialed for events including the Super Bowl, NBA Finals, NBA All-Star Game, Final Four and more and spent four-years covering the Miami Heat.

Presently, Alicia serves on the board of directors of the Sport and Recreation Law Association, the editorial board of the Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport and executive board of NFL player Melvin Gordon’s foundation. She is an Academic Director for Pepperdine University’s Institute for Entertainment, Media, Sports and Culture. Alicia’s research has been published in the Journal for Legal Aspects of Sport and Texas Review of Entertainment and Sports Law (forthcoming) and she has authored a textbook chapter in Introduction to Sport Law (2nd Edition).

Alicia can be reached via email at RulingSports@gmail.com

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