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A Unique Blend of Law and Sports

Anastasios Kaburakis, an associate professor at St. Louis University's Chaifetz School of Business and founder of Nomos, LLC Global Consulting, shares his unique blend of legal and sport expertise. With a background in law and a passion for basketball, he pursued coaching opportunities while obtaining his master's and doctoral degrees at Indiana University. Driven by a desire to serve youth and make a positive impact, he delved into research on international student athlete transitions in the U.S. and collaborated with governing bodies to shape policies and manage the higher education industry. Emphasizing the value of hard work and meaningful experiences, Dr. Kaburakis highlights the importance of creative thinking, human elements in decision-making, and the promising growth of the sport and education sectors.

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Dr. Anastasios Kaburakis

Anastasios Kaburakis holds Ph.D. and M.S. degrees from Indiana University in Bloomington, IN, and a Law degree from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. He held faculty appointments at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Indiana University Bloomington, and Washington University Law School in St. Louis.

He is currently an Associate Professor of Management and Sports Business in the John Cook School of Business, Saint Louis University. Prior to academia, he practiced law and is licensed through the Thessaloniki Bar Association.

While in Greece, he coached basketball at the junior and professional club levels, the national teams of Greece, and served the Greek Basketball Federation, FIBA, and several European educational institutions on legal and policy matters.

He has published articles and presented research on International Comparative Sports Law, NCAA Compliance, particularly pertaining to International Student-Athletes, recruiting, amateurism, gambling, coaches’ contracts, institutional liability, and intellectual property applications in sport. He regularly consults international sport governing bodies, NCAA Division I governance committees, policy-drafting actors in member conferences and coaches’ associations, member institutions’ compliance and coaching staff members on international recruiting, amateurism policy, and legal issues in intercollegiate athletics settings.

He serves as an advisor for various international sport consulting firms.

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