Ph.D., Florida State University, Sport Management, 2020
J.D., Thomas Jefferson School of Law, 2014
B.S., University of Massachusetts, Sport Management, 2011
Sam Ehrlich, JD/PhD is an assistant professor of legal studies with the Department of Management at the Boise State University College of Business of Economics. His research focuses on sports labor relations and the legal governance of sports leagues, specifically through sport-specific antitrust exemptions, athlete fairness in collective bargaining and employment, and tort liability for overseeing athletic organizations.
Prior to entering academia, Sam practiced as a legal consultant to sports agents and as a Baseball Operations Associate and Immigration Attorney for World Sports Agency/International Law Group.
At TJSL, Professor Ehrlich serves on the board of the National Sports Law Negotiation Competition and teaches special topics courses in sport law.