Bryan Cahill (JD '04) Presents Major League Baseball Player Agent Insight to Sports Law Students
Pepperdine Caruso Law alumnus Bryan Cahill (JD '04), a Major League Baseball Player Agent and President of SSG Baseball in Dallas, spoke with Professor Maureen Weston's Sports Law class about his professional experiences as an MLB Player Agent. He offered insights on the value and role player agents have in the development of young, elite players professionally, personally, and as citizens. Cahill was a student in Professor Weston's Sports Law class in 2004, where he wrote his final paper entitled "Agent 360: On the Role and Function of a Player Agent." Professor Weston notes that Cahill has come back to Pepperdine many times to speak with students and credits his professionalism, integrity, and inspiration as a role model.
Via SSG Baseball:
An Attorney at Law, a certified MLB Player Agent and President of SSG Baseball, Bryan Cahill provides more than fifteen years of experience representing professional baseball players. Born and raised in the Houston area, Bryan received his B.A. from The University of Texas at Austin. Subsequently, Bryan attended the Pepperdine School of Law where he received his Juris Doctorate, cum laude. During law school, Bryan earned a staff position on the Pepperdine Law Review and served as a member of the Honors Trial Team. Additionally, Bryan was elected president of the Student Bar Association and received a CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Sports Law.
As President of SSG Baseball, Bryan takes the lead in every facet of player representation including contract negotiations, salary arbitration and legal matters. He has personally negotiated over $200 million in Major League contracts and over $20 million in draft signing bonuses.