Meet Josh Frieser: Our NIL Legal Support Partner

February 22, 2024by cory0

As of the beginning 2024, College Athlete Influencers announced our partnership with Frieser Legal, a top notch sports attorney firm. This partnership highlights our dedication towards helping both advertisers and athletes navigate the everchanging NIL landscape. With the help of Joshua Frieser, we are able to offer our MVP companies NIL agreement structuring support to make sure that the NIL deals that are agreed upon are fair and compliant with NCAA, university and state rules & regulations. Additionally, with our next round of added features, Frieser Legal support will be accessible at a click of a button with discounted rates available to all CAI users!

Meet Josh:

Joshua M. Frieser, Esq. is a sports business lawyer and Principal Attorney at Frieser Legal. His practice is focused on the representation of athletes, agents, and sports businesses. While working to solve the unique legal needs that they have, Josh represents athletes in eligibility and disciplinary proceedings and NIL licensing agreements, as well as in related intellectual property and business planning matters. In addition to serving as counsel to college and professional athletes, Josh represents sports agents and sports industry ventures as outside counsel.

Josh is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin and an active member of its Sports & Entertainment Law Section and Business Law Section. He is also a member of the Sports Lawyers Association. Additionally, Josh serves on the Sports Advisory Committee for the American Arbitration Association.

As a leading expert on the regulatory landscape of college athletics, Josh has been quoted in numerous publications, including the Associated PressFront Office Sports, and the Wisconsin State Journal. His written work has been featured by Sports Law Expert and The NIL Deal. Josh also regularly speaks on panels about NIL and the legal implications surrounding college sports.

Josh’s prior experience includes working at the National Collegiate Athletic Association for the Office of the Committees on Infractions and at the National Sports Law Institute. Additionally, during law school, Josh served as a Judicial Intern to the Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in Chicago and as a Judicial Intern to a Senior District Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. Josh attended Marquette University Law School where he received a Sports Law Certificate and was a member of the Marquette Sports Law Review. He attended Indiana University as an undergraduate where he studied Sport Marketing & Management and Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management.

Marquette University Law School (J.D.)
• Member, Marquette Sports Law Review
• Sports Law Certificate

Indiana University Bloomington (B.S. in Kinesiology, cum laude)
• Major: Sport Marketing & Management
• Minor: Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management

Bar Admission
• State of Wisconsin

Professional Associations
• State Bar of Wisconsin
• American Arbitration Association, Sports Advisory Committee
• Sports Lawyers Association



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