Eldon L. Ham is a member of the faculty at IIT/Chicago-Kent College of Law where he has taught Sports, Law & Society since 1994 and won the Distinguished Service Award in 2010.

He is also the designated legal analyst for WSCR Sports Radio in Chicago and is the author of five books on topics of sports history, including the newest release All the Babe’s Men: Baseball’s Greatest Home Run Seasons and How They Changed America (Potomac Books), the Bronze Medal winner in the National Ippy Awards, Sports Category.

His prior release was a 2012 sports finalist for the ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Awards, Broadcasting Baseball: A History of the National Pastime on Radio and Television (McFarland). He has been nationally quoted in such venues as: The New York TimesUSA Today,Business WeekESPN.comChicago Sun-TimesWashington Post, and many more.

His articles have been published by: The New York TimesHarvard University Sports Law JournalBerkely Journal of Entertainment and Sports LawStreet & Smith Sports Business JournalChicago TribunePhiladelphia InquirerBaltimore SunSt. Louis Post DispatchCincinnati EnquirerTrial MagazineSeton Hall Sports Law JournalMarquette Sports Law Review, and others.

For more information on Prof. Ham please see his website: http://eldonham.com/