The National Collegiate Athlete Association (“NCAA”) has a longstanding history of denying employment-related benefits to student-athletes. Student-athletes have never been able to claim employment status at the university they attend. Accordingly, injured student-athletes have traditionally ...[Continue Reading]
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Savannah Putnam is a third-year law student at Campbell University School of Law. Savannah is from Morganton, North Carolina. She earned her undergraduate degree from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she majored in Political Science and Interpersonal Communications and minored in History. Savannah's legal interests reside in NCAA compliance litigation, workers' compensation, and employment law. Savannah loves to cheer on the Tarheels and always enjoys a good western-style barbecue sandwich.