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David Weber

David Weber

Prof. Weber joined the Creighton University School of Law faculty in 2008. He graduated with his J.D. from the University of Minnesota, magna cum laude, where he was co-editor-in-chief of what is now the Minnesota Journal of International Law. He is a member of Order of the Coif.

Prof. Weber’s more recent scholarship focuses on the NCAA and the evolution of its policy on name, image, and likeness (NIL). Prof. Weber has served as an expert witness on international college athlete matters, and he has advised businesses as well as collegiate and Olympic athletes on NIL transactions. Prof. Weber has also advised and assisted with federal NIL-related legislation on Capitol Hill. Prof. Weber is the faculty moderator for the Sports Law Concentration.
In addition to his scholarship on NIL, Prof. Weber’s other scholarship has covered many areas including contracts, immigration, sports law, secured transactions, and mortgages and real estate. His work has appeared in many notable journals, and his work has been cited by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Tennessee Supreme Court, American Law Reports (ALR), and American Jurisprudence (Am.Jur.) among others. He has been cited in national publications such as ESPN, Time Magazine, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, Yahoo News, and the Associated Press, as well as many local news outlets.
Prior to joining the faculty, Prof. Weber worked as an associate at the multinational firm of Fredrikson & Byron, P.A., with its headquarters in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he did corporate work including work in foreign and domestic mergers and acquisitions, general corporate counseling, international real estate development, and entity formation with a special focus on undocumented entrepreneurs. Prof. Weber has lived and worked abroad in Guatemala, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua.
Prof. Weber has served on several non-profit boards of directors focusing on providing support and resources to the Latino community. He engages in pro bono immigration work as well as informal advising with other community organizations.