Name Image and Likeness: What it Means and How It Affects College Athletes

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  • Athletes can now engage in NIL activities in compliance with state laws and colleges can serve as a resource for NIL legal questions
  • Athletes can use professional service providers to help navigate NIL activities
  • Student athletes in states without NIL laws can still engage in such activities without violating NCAA rules
  • States, as well as individual colleges and athletic conferences, may impose reporting requirements

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