Corby has worked for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) on various matters, including cases involving student-athlete eligibility, amateurism, student-athlete health and welfare, and civil rights. Additionally, Corby has served as counsel to the NCAA on legislative and governance matters and assisted in the development and implementation of amendments to the Division I enforcement program.
Prior to his intercollegiate and amateur sports representation, Corby served as a National Football League Players Association certified contract advisor and negotiated both endorsement and player contracts with NFL teams and apparel and training companies.
Corby also has substantial experience defending premises liability, general tort liability and personal injury claims, and representing developers and investors in all phases of acquisition, ownership, operation and disposition of real property.
Before earning his law degree, Corby was an NCAA Division I student-athlete at the University of Missouri, where he was an all-conference selection at quarterback, as well as a National Football Foundation National Scholar Athlete. He played professionally in both the NFL and Canadian Football League and was inducted into the University of Missouri – Columbia Intercollegiate Hall of Fame in 2003. Corby has subsequently worked as a college football analyst for the Fox Sports Networks.
Panelist, Is It Rougher On the Field or in the Courtroom?, Lawyers for Civil Justice Membership Meeting, Dec. 3, 2015.
Panelist, Show Me the Money: Reality vs. Myth of a Sports and Entertainment Law Practice, American Bar Association Spring Meeting, May 16, 2015.