NCAA eligibility rules can be quite strict. Follow our blog to learn how an athlete’s eligibility is determined and what you can do if your ability to compete is at risk due to transfers, amateurism issues, code of conduct concerns, anti-doping rule violations, or other legal problems.
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NCAA Schools Have Been Slow to Implement Academic Bonus Payments (aka Alston Money) for Student-Athletes After NCAA v. Alston, schools have been slow paying academic bonus money (known as Alston money) to student-athletes. Our NCAA eligibility lawyer discusses why.