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Ben Meiselas
USC Gould School of Law

Ben Meiselas

Lecturer in Law

699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA

Last Updated: October 6, 2022

Ben Meiselas teaches Sports Law to USC Gould School of Law undergraduate students with an emphasis on the practical considerations of a professional in the field.

Meiselas is a partner at Geragos & Geragos, where he practices as both a litigator and dealmaker. In addition, Meiselas is business partners with Colin Kaepernick and works across all of Kaepernick’s ventures as well as his nonprofit.

Meiselas was awarded Variety Magazine’s Impact Lawyer of the Year for 2019. Meiselas also sits as a board advisor to the Hockey Diversity Alliance, which consists of former and current professional hockey players working to confront discrimination in the sport.

Meiselas has worked on high-stakes litigations and has been the lead negotiator on some of the biggest sports and entertainment deals in the past decade. 


USA Today
November 28, 2022
Re: Elyn Saks

Elyn Saks was interviewed about what schizophrenia really is. "A common misconception is that we're unable to care for ourselves and that's not true," she said. "For some people it is, but not for all of us. We can have relationships –romantic and friendships. But we often don't see that (in the media) because of the emphasis on sensationalism and 'othering' us."


Jonathan Barnett
November, 2022

Letter from Former Judges and Government Officials, Legal Academics, and Economists to Assistant Attorney General Jonathan Kanter on Standard-Essential Patents and Patent Pools (co-lead author with Adam Mossoff), Nov. 30, 2022.

Robin Craig
November, 2022

The Rockefeller Foundation's Bellagio Center featured Re-Envisiong the Anthropocene Ocean (University of Utah Press, forthcoming), edited by Robin Kundis Craig with Jeffrey M. McCarthy.

Robin Craig
November, 2022

"4°C," 106 Minnesota Law Review 191 (Nov. 2021), co-authored with J.B. Ruh, was selected as one of the top 5 environmental, natural resources, and energy law articles for 2021-2022 through the Environmental Law Institute and Vanderbilt Law School review process, for inclusion in the 16th Annual Environmental Law and Policy Review.