About Our Founder

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Luke A. Fedlam

President. Advocate. Educator.

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About Luke Fedlam

A former Division I athlete and U.S. Army veteran, Luke’s passion for improving the lives of pro and amateur athletes runs deep. Before creating Anomaly, his career include serving athletes as a financial advisor and leading one of the Midwest’s premier sports law practices at a corporate law firm.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text]

Personal & Family

Luke’s career has taken him from Philadelphia to Miami to Washington D.C. to his adoptive hometown of Columbus, Ohio, where he currently resides with his wife, Janelle, and their children.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]

Speaking Engagements

A highly sought-after speaker nationally, Luke has presented to university athletic departments, corporate organizations, trade associations, and at premier sports conference events, including the Black Student Athlete Conference at the University of Texas and at the Athletics Diversity Summit at Colorado State University.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”2/6″][vc_column_text]


Luke is a frequent author and contributor for industry publications and educational texts. His most recent works include:

  • “The Legal and Financial Realities of Professinoal Sports for Black Males,” Black Males and Athletics in Higher Education: An Exploration of Issues and Solutions
  • “What Every Pro Athlete Can Learn from Sean Taylor + Javon
    Belcher,” Kegler Brown Sports Business News
  • “The Role of Lawyers as Educators,” Columbus Bar Lawyers
  • “Slurs, Student-Athletes and Tattoos: Key Intellectual Property
    Battles in Sports and Their Implications,” panelist, Chapman
    University Fowler School of Law’s Entertainment & Sports
    Law Symposium
  • “Practice Makes Perfect: What retired pro athletes can teach
    seasoned leaders about business,” Interviewed by Mark Scott
    for Smart Business magazine

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